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... and water. We time it perfectly again as there is a
shuttle sitting there waiting and because we’re the last stop on the route,
there are plenty of seats, so we take one and relax for the 30min trek back. As
we keep making the shuttle stops it’s getting busier and busier and the entire
shuttle is packed full of people standing and being squished in. We get back to
the Visitor Center and walk across the foot bridge again to the other ...
... because we didn’t pack enough water. We thought we were going on a casual 3-4km stroll, not a 12km stroll. So I was trying not to drink all our water too fast, so I began feeling dizzy, fuzzy and unwell, so we have to stop at what felt like ¾ of the way and make sure I wasn’t dehydrated. Aaron said it’s not something to muck around with when we’re out in the desert, especially this late in the day and this high up, so if I ...
... adoption days and fundraisers such as Strut your Mutt. I was surprised to learn that Los Angels is very near to being designated a No Kill city thanks to Best Friends and a network of other concerned groups.
The visitor's center was beautifully landscaped and inviting with a reflection pool, gift shop and pergola-ed porch with metal bistro tables. At least 20 hummingbirds zoomed by putting on an aeronautics display as they flew back and forth between ...
... the 1,000 foot drop. I think my heart stopped beating for a minute. The biggest event of the day was our $5.00 showers. The Watchman campsite did not offer this luxury so we had to go outside the park to the adjacent outfitter. We had collected enough dirt over the last two days that we got our money's worth. The two couples who were in front of us at the shower house saved money by showering together. Victor found this very ...
... which is 15 miles long and half a mile deep, with the Virgin River cutting through it, and surrounded by reddish Navajo sandstone cliff faces.
The drive into Zion National Park was spectacular. No wonder the Mormons described this as their 'heavenly place'. The road winds through a valley with huge rock faces looming towards you. Some of the first rock faces had ...