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On Thursday, Setember 18th we headed south, back into Utah again. Our next destination was Maple Canyon, but the campsite there was booked up until the Saturday, so we decided to treat ourselves to a couple of nights in a motel in Nephi - which turned out not to be the most lively town we've stayed in.
We'd made the mistake of not stocking up on beer before we left Idaho - forgetting that in Utah you ...
... The big pond is about 5 meter deep with clear water with lots of trees
around and lovely private campsites with fire rings.. It was a magical weekend
swimming and braaing and having good conversations with the neighboring local
family in the evening around the campfire. Thank you Tom and Ashley and three
daughters for your good company...
late afternoon we had a bit of a scare when suddenly a ...
... we reached the plateau or so we thought. the trail was wide and graded but then we had to turn off onto a single track and then the storm hit us. thunder lightening, hail the lot.
this unfortunately turned the dirt trail into mud which was stickier than sticky the stick insect sat on a stick bun....now we're in trouble.
bikes sliding everywhere so the fall off count was pretty ...
... terrain instead of a huge climb coming to the same point from Zion, sounds good to us and at 7am it was still quite cool... Driving driving driving windy gravel road... No signpost... Went over the 6 miles and didn't know what to do until another car headed towards us which we flagged down.. he had been given the same map and directions and had gone 5 miles further than us.. nothing! I bet that lady was laughing especially when four ...
... has it all: camping, bicycling, climbing, horseback riding, water crafts, (no inner tubes are allowed) hiking, cayoneering and backpacking (some hikes take more than a day to do.) And then there is the bus Shuttle for people like me. You are not allowed to drive past the Visitor’s Center (unless you are staying at the Lodge and then that is how far a car can go.)
I was a bit concerned about getting on a bus since I get panic attacks on buses. But they reserve the front seats ...