Bunk House At Zion Bed & Breakfast
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... to stop oncoming traffic while they went through. At the bottom of the canyon was a nice narrated shuttle we rode to 8 different scenic stops. Dad didn't feel like doing much walking but we had great views from the shuttle. The ranger told us Zion National Park is the most visited national park - over 3 million visitors a year. We were surprised by that. We would have thought Grand Canyon or Yellowstone. (We'll see ...
... going up the trail in spite of the warnings and there was one family with young children and a baby in a backpack carrier! They obviously didn't check the website for the conditions. We spoke to some rangers we met on the trail and they said it was crazy to go up the Narrows today and that they would never do it. They also said that there was no shortage of stupidity, with which we heartily ...
... under these conditions and
warnings posted everywhere tell of the devastation and death that
can be caused if a flash flood occurs. Basically, they can happen at
any time without warning, particularly after recent storms, and will
send a wall of water, rocks and uprooted trees through the tight slot
canyons. Basically, if a flash flood comes, we are all dead. There
is no way we could get out in time, especially with the precarious
footing. It is not to ...
... narrow canyon where we navigated the uneven rocky terrain, some deep spots as well as very thick sediment in several areas (which caught Maeve a couple times). We went about half a mile up the Narrows to a waterfall down the canyon wall. We were all worn out by the time we made it back to the shuttle and then our RV.
Before heading back into the RV park, Maeve was determined that we make one more stop an ...
Rule # 3 in Utah: The server must remove the finished drink before bringing the new one.
Then Adam asked him about buying a few bottles to take with him.
Rule #4 in Utah: Restaurants are not allowed to sell beer to take home. A patron may only buy beer from a supermarket for that.
We had a very pleasant time talking with Emanuel and relaxing at the end of the day. We walked the few minutes back to the hotel under a sky full of shining stars.