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I was driving on the highway from Kayenta to Tuba City. A car was going a little slower in front of me, so I waited to get to a place where I could pass. I passed it and sped off. I got to the big, turning hill near the airport, and my car spun off the road because I took it too quickly. I got back on the road and coasted down the hill. I made it safely to the bottom and pulled over.
There was a helicopter at the airport preparing to take off. I watched it for a while, then I joined a group of people and my brother. We were going to hike to Flagstaff. My brother and I started off. We figured it'd be easiest to just follow the highway. As we walked by it, I turned around and looked back toward Tuba City. Humphreys Peak was behind us. It looked taller and steeper than the actual mountain. It looked more like Mount Everest. I thought about the different routes people would take to climb it.
We walked through a small area carved into the land by lava. There was old, dried-up black lava rock all over the place. We climbed up it to the side of the highway. My brother didn't like that we were walking on the left side of the highway. I told him it was so we could see oncoming traffic. If we were on the other side, we couldn't see traffic if a car was heading toward us. But he didn't like it, so he said we should cross.
So we got out of the lava thing and climbed up to the highway. It was a little cliff we had to climb, and I went first. There were two metal sections next to a carved-out hill that was like that so the road could go through it. The metal sections lined the road. One looked like sheet metal, and the other was similar to chain-link fence. I thought it was so keep boulders and rockslides from falling on the road.
I got to the level of the road and helped my brother up. I waited for a good time to cross. Two Mormon missionaries crossed the road, but they crossed at a bad time. Cars were coming from both sides, so they split up as they ran trying to dodge cars. They met when they safely made it across. As I waited, an older car, maybe from the 1960s, drove slowly by. A little girl was driving it. Her parents were beside her. It looked like they were trying to teach her how to drive.
My brother and I ran across the road. But when I was making it across, a girl around 6 years old was riding a tricycle on the southbound lane. She was going really slow, and I was worried she'd get hit by a car. So I ran back into the road, grabbed her and the bike, and pulled them safely to the side of the road. There was a trading post near us, so my brother and I decided to take a break there.