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Travel Blogs from Cedar City
... rank and said "we will eat here, but inhale it" 46 seconds later, our meal complete we hit the road.
After a death defying drive up 5000' (1.5km) of mountain we arrive at Cedar Breaks and take the short walk to Point Supreme. Now, you better have a pretty good view if you are gonna give it a name like that and thankfully it was spectacular. We took a ton of pictures. We met a ...
... an hour mule ride along the rim. A couple of us thought that was long enough! Your quiz for the day is who rode what horse: Denise, Bill, Suds, Leslie, and
Savannah and Reece then got out their hammocks and set them up to relax and view the canyon awhile:)
We were late starting for camp again so stopped in Kanab for dinner. Gretchen drove back on the hilly, winding roads at dusk and we saw 8 deer. We got home safely though!
... Mike and the kids in his Toyota Land Cruiser, rather more sedately in our Silver Slug!
Lyn parked up on a road in Virgin and we climbed into the Land Cruiser and took a very bumpy ride just outside Zion National Park to an area known as Lamb's Knoll. Mike told us we would be exploring Snake Alley……hmmmm!
Kitted up, but Lyn in his Teva’s as he left his trainers in the car at the changeover, doh, we started the hike, which ...
... s the subject of tomorrows walk! We helped out and befriended a French hiker, swapping the use of my Swiss Army knife for him taking some pictures of Io and I.
We took a few pictures, then mounted the GoPro on our monopod and took some 360 degree shots while we spun around. These are very effective. After another trudge back along the flat top, towards the top of the switch back, it was time to drop like a stone, first to Echo Canyon and then to Weeping Rock. ...
... that had some similarities to the desert but at the same time is completely different. It is a land where the Mojave, the Great Basin, and the Colorado Plateau overlap to create and entirely unique place.
It was only a few miles until we crossed into Utah, and just inside Utah lies the city of St. George, where we had decided to stop to eat. Most of the time I hope to avoid eating fast food or at a chain restaurant. When I travel I feel I can get a better ...
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