We left Tonopah, Nv. this morning and we could tell that Snikers was a bit nervous, almost as though she knew today was going to be a day for some very strange sights and new experiences.
We left Tonopah and headed both East and a little South. The further we went the more agitated Snickers became.
With good reason -->
Our first clue was a highway sign.
Then a forced stop at a 'other worldly' building that seemed to speak to the 'others'.
Snickers was not impressed. I think the Aliens were angry enough to try and abduct her.
I (Snickersdad) was finally able to negotiate a release of all three of us with the provisio that we would notify the residents of Utah that is was indeed possible to navigate the ET hughway and survive without assimilation. We promised we'd head to Utah by the most direct route.
We spent a good deal of time with the officials in Ceder City, Ut. delivering the mornings messages and they promised that they would try and spread the word. Snickers was thrilled, and promptly set off digging a very big hole.
I know she's saying "See Dad! I made this big' ole hole in the ground. I really like the red color -- "
We decided we'd call her work "Cedars Break National Monument.