Big Yellow Inn Bed & Breakfast
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... From Big Bend you can see a place up on the mountain called Angels Landing that you can hike to following a trail at The Grotto.
The next stop was a place called Weeping Rock, where water flows continuously out of a rock overhang through cracks in the stone, so it give the appearance of raining from the stone. It's very strange, but after hiking the very seep path uphill to get to the Weeping Rock, getting rained on to cool ...
... We got a zucchini, a jalapeno & cheese muffin and a friendship bracelet and started back to the park. We would have gotten on the shuttle but they were extra crowded with the Saturday morning rush so we hoofed it back the 20 minutes to the park entrance. All along the route I was readjusting our possible options out loud which was pestering Victor to no end. He likes it best if I just make a decision and I like to go over options so ...
... and you can see the level is down. We arrive at our route 15 and head south. We stop to fill up at a Flying J. A guy comes over and asks me 50 questions about what kind of motor home to buy, etc. On we go to our destination, Cedar City, UT.
The Cedar City KOA is right in town. You can see our site. The laundromat is next to the property and has 50 machines. After dinner we headed into town to the local Walmart and stock up on ...
... became more diverse, from the cacti of the Arizona and Nevada deserts, we were now encountering deciduous green trees and grasslands. The area was cultivated and turned into land that could be farmed by the Mormons, and 50% of the population here is still Mormon.
We soon arrived at our lunch spot for the day. It was our first experience of cooking and preparing as a group, and it was an awkward beginning, each person being too polite to take too much food, and doing ...
... gaining switchbacks until you reach the midway point of Scout's Lookout. From there, it's another 500 foot climb to the top of Angel's Landing. Looking at what was ahead of us (or above) we then realized why this hike creates the buzz it does. The final climb has nothing to support your feet but a narrow walkway and a chain link hand hold rail bolted in the rock. Completely exposed to the elements, people hike up ...