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Saturday Comic

Here’s a comic many might be able to relate to. It’s from a comic strip called Speed Bump by Dave Coverly and is dated July 14, 2015.

Speed Bump, July 14, 2015

Speed Bump, July 14, 2015

On the other hand, if you are a seasoned barefooter, your soles really don’t care one way or another if you step on a Lego.

 

Fairly Fairy

My son and I were still in Yellowstone on June 22. The day before had been our “rest” day, and we only hiked to the Virginia Cascade and then followed that up by heading down to the Yellowstone River at Tower Fall.

But the 22nd was our last day in Yellowstone, and we'd planned a pretty extensive hike for the day.

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Below the Tower

On June 21, the day we were calling our “rest day”, after we visited the Virginia Cascade, we went back to our Tower Fall Campground to relax.

But we quickly became bored.

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Saturday Comic

Here we are with a comic from the strip For Better or For Worse, by Lynne Johnston. The comic is from June 10, 2013.

I think it does a good job of showing just how much kids enjoy going barefoot, regardless.

For Better or For Worse, June 10, 2013

For Better or For Worse, June 10, 2013

(Of course, it also perpetuates the myth that bare feet are somehow associated with colds.)

 

On June 21st, we decided we needed a bit of a rest. The previous day, we’d done the Sevenmile Hole hike. The day before that we’d climbed to the Petrified Forest atop Specimen Ridge. That was a lot of climbing.

So we figured we’d do the touristy thing and hit Old Faithful.

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Down and Up

I’m still writing up the trip Out West that my son and I made back in June. I’m now up to June 20.

When there is a canyon like the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone, what do you do with it? Why, you have to hike down to the bottom and back up again.

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Saturday Comic

This is from the comic strip Bizarro, by Dan Piraro. The cartoon is from May 9, 2008.

Bizarro, May 9, 2008

Bizarro, May 9, 2008

The strip usually lives up to its name, taking a bizarre take on the world. Here’s a slightly different twist on the NSNSNS signs.

 

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