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... and sandy deserts. There were many sandstone cliffs which reminded us of Mesa Verde and the Cliff Dweller Indians. We arrived in Kanab UT, a small town 30 miles from Zion. We got a hotel here because there isn't much around the parks except unreasonably expensive ones. We then went to Zion for the afternoon. Driving into the park was an amazing experience. You are driving all the way to the bottom of the Canyon surrounded ...
... The water is very muddy from the run-off and that makes it difficult to see where you are stepping. Reig calls it the "nasty-ass" water. Poles help you feel your way through the nasty-ass water. I hope you can see the beauty of this place from the photos attached. I had purchased a waterproof case for my iPhone so I took all the photos through the plastic of the bag. I'm not sure if the quality of these ...
... We have
seen many deer today, wild turkeys, a peregrine falcon, and an animal
skeleton (besides the morning rattlesnake). A dinner of soup and
bread and cherries and getting our sore tired bodies to bed early
with plans for an early morning Narrows hike. We do not want to miss
this, and even though there is a 40 % chance of more storms and flash
flood warning is at “probable”, we still hope to complete this
... Hero for a day. Tom v relieved and accepted that the folks in a national park were more likely to pick up rubbish and put it in a bin than to pick pockets.
After that excitement the walk was easy. It lived up to its name and we had slips and slides and a couple of injuries. We got as high as the divide- quite impressive.
Ruth and James did some jumping off rocks ( we had seen bigger kids ...
... sit outside on the patio and enjoy it. Tomorrow is going to be a long day. Another hike in Zion, then leaving Utah back down to Las Vegas for a couple of hours to eat dinner and pick up food for Shabbat and then a four hour drive (including driving throug death valley) to a small town called Lone Pine, California where we will stop for the night on our way to Yosemite.
We just came back from going out for margaritas and beer. We get to the ...