Amid Summer's Inn Bed and Breakfast
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... Ram climbing among the rocks, but just couldn't seem to coordinate the sighting with a camera opportunity. At the end of the second tunnel are a series of very steep switchbacks bringing us down to the floor of the valley. There were motorcycles everywhere on this road. It was great fun to ride!
Zion National park is a little different than most, as the main scenic road is closed to traffic and only open to the Zion Shuttle ...
... the entire hike he finally started to believe I had a phobia. I knew I could make it up if I went at my own pace. We got to the top and had a tremendous view of the canyon and the zigzaggy road. I sat at the farthest rock from the edge ready to take in the view only to see a Mormon girl of about four dressed in a traditional long dress climb the safety railing and lean over to get a better look at the 1,000 foot ...
... it a lot. Paul and I spent a couple of hours doing boring, but necessary, travel planning and we are now set until we leave the USA on the 28th. After that, we cheered on our adopted team, the SF Giants, to their third win in the series. Go Giants. We hope you are all well.
PS Paul managed to take $100 from the Vegas casinos and thoroughly enjoyed himself.
... we had a lot of luggage. Yeah, so maybe 70 percent of the stuff was mine. When you have to pack for hot and cold weather, hiking, charity dinners and SoCal shopping.....you get the picture. We always carry luggage scales on our trips. My suitcase always approaches the limit.
Our flight did not leave Birmingham, AL until 12:30 pm, so we had plenty of time to finish last minute packing and take our dog to the kennel. The worst part of every trip is saying goodbye ...
Travel from Brian Head to Moab, stay at Archway Inn. All afternoon spend time in Arches National Park, among them are Pinetree, Sandune, skyline the best one is the last, called Delicate Arch. This one is one of the most difficult ( 3 miles round trip time spending 2-3 hours) The first half-mile is a well-defined trail. Upon reaching the slick rock, follow the ...