Bryce hoodoo


Here’s a hoodoo at Bryce Canyon National Park. Before today I wasn’t quite sure what a hoodoo was. Well, there was this. But that’s a whole other kind of hoodoo. Great Art courtesy of the exclusive iPhone-cam, taken today at Bryce Canyon National Park, and part of my famous Vacation series.

This kind of hoodoo is a tall, thin rock. There are lots of them at Bryce Canyon National Park.

Had another good day today. As hinted above, we went to Bryce Canyon National Park (that’s the fourth mention in this post of Bryce Canyon National Park) (whoops, there’s the fifth). LRN4 felt pretty good all day, although she’s having a lot of trouble walking. So we didn’t walk all that much. But we did walk a little. And it was a nice day.

Spent some time in the afternoon working on graphics updates for my iPhone app. Oh, by the way, I’ve now sold 29 copies of the app. That’s as of yesterday. At $2.99 a copy, that’s $86.71. Of course, Apple keeps 30%, so I’ve made $60.70 so far. And they thought I wouldn’t be successful as an independent developer. I guess I showed them, huh? Huh?

Welcome to Loyal Reader Number 32 – Erica! Check out her name over there on the right. She commented today that she’s been reading for a while, but she didn’t know how to become a Loyal Reader. Well, Erica, the secret is that only I can authorize a new Loyal Reader. And my standards are exceptionally high. Let’s see . . . you have to be human (I’m flexible on that one) and you have to tell me you want to be a Loyal Reader. Those high standards are what’s keeping my Loyal Readership to a manageable level.

Anyway, welcome, Erica! You’re in!

LRN4 forgot her [amazon asin=B0083RNTOG&text=Coban] on this trip. What is Coban, you ask? It’s the kind of tape that sticks to itself but not anything else. She uses it to keep the plastic bag over her PICC line safely in place in the shower. It works great! The interesting thing is what it was invented for – wrapping race horses’ legs for . . . some reason or other. All I know is that race horses’ legs must be wrapped. So must PICC line owners’ arms. I’ve been keeping an eye out for livestock supply stores here in the wilds of Utah so we can buy some more, but so far I haven’t seen one. Maybe tomorrow.

Which leads me to wonder what we’re going to do tomorrow. I have no idea. Bryce canyon was fully visited in a day, so we don’t need to go back. There are a few other nearby parks and possibly other tourist attractions. I’m pretty sure LRN4 has something in mind, which is exactly what I want to do. Can’t wait!

One and a half more days of vacation. It’s going to be . . . wait for it . . . legendary!

And I’ll leave my Loyal Readers with this exciting Morrowlife Employment Agency job opportunity: elite police goose!

See you tomorrow.

One Response to “Bryce hoodoo”

  1. Shannon Says:

    I’d say our trip to the wild woods of Duck Creek Village was delightful and successful. I’m glad we went.

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