The Conifer House
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We left Kanab after a short scare - we left one of the connection bolts on the Roadmaster towing bar on the ground by mistake, and without it we wouldn't be able to pull Smarty, and there was no hope of getting a part here. Walking to the office to ask if someone had turned it in, a lady came out of here RV and said "are you looking for this?". Whew. On our way.
We're way up in the mountains, and that always bring lots of viewpoints ...
... highs in the mid-80's. Much more my style. With that spectacular weather, we started with a gourmet picnic on the rim: peanut butter sandwich (Jif - I said "gourmet"), cheez-its, apple.
Walnut Canyon was formed when Walnut Creek eroded layers of limestone, yielding sheer walls ...
... waiting for the insurance adjustor to set up a time to evaluate the damage. He will not come until tomorrow, so we have to wait some more. We'll get some bins and a Sawzall because there will be some demolition required tomorrow to get to our stuff. We are praying that the truck isn't totaled, but we'll ...
... billions of stars were visible! We saw it's rings and it's moons....it was so cool! Emily was an astrophysicist and really intrigued Nathan with her schooling and career plans. A chill in the air sent us running back to our hot tub where we had an interesting talk with N about his college thoughts and soaked under the stars we had just viewed. Maybe some day we will look back at this day and wonder at how a future was directed!
... expect. You basically drive through the entire park, and stop at various lookout points on the way, or walk the short trails. It was really beautiful with the changing topography and incredible colors! We chose to walk down a trail at the end of the park, called Logs Run. This area has the highest concentration of petrified wood in the park because of a flood many years ago. We also stopped to view Perco ...