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Nice bnb except our hostess was a bit of a prima dona.
walked upper n lower emerald pools for 5 kms. Then off to the narrows. A gorge with a river running through it. Bit annoying lots of bloody tourist.
Wading along the gorge had its challenges. Water murky, very rocky bottom and change of water levels. PLUS ALL OF THE TOURIST!
We were …
... missed including a steep path up through a narrow canyon called Wall Street and some serious hairpin bends both up and down. After this we continued along the scenic route stopping at Inspiration Point (we've decided every park has one), Bryce Point, Natural Bridge and then the end of the line at Rainbow Point. Drive back to Springdale taking in some stops along the road to photo the Checkerboard Mesa and some awesome slick rock slopes. ...
... spent the day walking the trails in the hot sun. We started with the trail up to the lower, middle and emerald pools (emerald due to the presence of algae). We then walked around the Kayenta trail to the Grotto. Here we caught the shuttle bus to to the Temple of Sinawa and took the Riverside Walk to inspect the Narrows. The Narrows is a 16 mile walk in the river(!). On the basis that we needed dry boots to fly back in tomorrow ...
... parts. Legend has it that if you take a rock you will have bad luck always, people have been known to send the rocks back (I am doomed)
Zion on is the home of the world famous Bumbleberry pie. The place is mind blowing spectacular scenery, I cannot begin to describe it.
We are off to Vegas tomorrow, Al was giving us some stats, one was that there are 20,000 cowboys in Vegas, you should have heard the gays hooting ...
9/6 Day 77 We are camped at Willow Wind RV Park in Hurricane UT. Today we were supposed to get up early and go to Zion National Park, but between not resetting the bedroom clocks to Mountain Time and still being exhausted with all the walking in Las Vegas we did not get out of the camper till almost noon.
We did go to the outside venues of Zion. We started out by going out rte. 9 to the Kolob Terrace Rd. We had turned on the National Park radio station and it ...