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... to spend days there. Every shuttle we took was packed, and we had a great afternoon there!
In order to go to our next destination, Bryce Canyon, the highway we needed to take when through the park. We actually drove up one of the huge cliffs, and we took some pictures from the car along the way. The views from being up higher in the canyon blew us away. We would come around a ...
... br> walking through the water. We keep walking for what feels like an hour and the
crowds seriously aren’t letting up. This must be the main attraction at Zion or
something, and when we were hoping for some quiet wilderness we go the
opposite. We still manage to get some awesome photos without other’s photo
bombing them however, and keep walking. Some sections you are walking through
at mid-thigh level and it’s certainly ...
... is already dripping and has to take his shirt off so that he doesn’t’ ruin it anymore (oh no what a shame, he has to take his shirt off, haha). So I offer to take our backpack for a while, and as I do, we see a mother and a daughter coming down so I stop and ask how long it has taken them. They told us it took them 2.5hrs to get up and about 4-4.5hrs in total. I thought to myself, no way we can still definitely beat that time, and we had to if ...
On our short drive to the Grand Canyon National Park, we drove by the Best Friends animal shelter. We had made a reservation for a 1:00 tour of the facility. It is a remarkable place in a remarkable location.
Best Friends started as a no-kill facility in the 1980's by a group of 26 friends who wanted an alternative to the traditional animal control center. They now have a thousands of acres in the Angel Canyon and house over 1,700 dogs, cats, horses, ...
... it would be less daunting without the trailer. It was a good plan. Victor loves driving his truck on windy roads and through tunnels and I was treated to an exceptional sighting of the, at this point in our trip, elusive Bighorn Sheep. Victor stopped at all the pull-offs so I could snap as many photos as I wanted. There were about ten sheep immediately adjacent to one of the pull-offs just milling around offering an exciting moment to watch and ...