Arrowhead Country Inn & Cabins
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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Travel Blogs from Mount Carmel
... back to camp. Everyone else continued to Bryce. They returned to camp around 6:30. They rode 245 miles, saw big horn sheep, bison, and a few other assorted birds and creatures and beautiful scenery. We spent most of the day at camp. We rode into Hurricane and checked out a couple of shops and made a Walmart trip. When the travelers returned Peggy and Tom fixed steamed shrimp and ribs for ...
... off to Vegas, for a one night stop on our way to Sequoia NP. It was an easy trip, but OMG, we hit some wind on the way & I white knuckled it. It was trying to tip us over but I slowed down enough to handle this big rig. When we got to Vegas it was 110!!! Holy, mother of god, Jack jumped in the pool while I did laundry.
Tomorrow will be another travel ...
... Narrows, I noticed my Columbia hiking sandals were not completely in tact. The sole had come loose on one shoe and was flapping. I asked the bus driver for some adhesive tape but she said it was just for medical emergencies.....well with my sandals in this condition, I could shortly have a medical emergency with a broken foot... I said. "What I really need is some duct tape." She said. 'Wait ...
... news comes in 3's, right? Just wait for the final bad news.
Lunch was pretty good. I had these chicken fingers with maple syrup which was actually not bad and tater tots shaped like Tetris blocks. Obviously frozen food but I was hungry. Poor Harper could barely eat he was upset and had a tension headache.
We left and headed out to our destination...finally! I took over driving for awhile since he was sleepy. We only got like 4 hours of sleep ...
... cumbersome, the transportation actually worked well.
One of the things we liked about Zion was that we felt like we were more in the interior of the park without hiking. Whereas, with the other two parks, hiking gave you a better sense of the feel of the park. We did however take the opportunity to take a nice hike to the emerald pools to see the park from a different viewpoint.