Dreamkatchers Lake Powell Bed & Breakfast
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... up area and checked which sites were available. There were a lot of them available and we were able to get #3 which gives you a front row seat of the lake and all the stunning monuments across the way. It is so nice to be able to have such a great view as you cook a meal and wash dishes!
As the sun rises and ...
... favorite number and my third time there. I thought for sure that would bring me a positive outcome. But it just wasn’t meant to be. Part of me regrets not heading out there and doing the hike anyway, taking a chance that no one would see me. But ultimately what this disappointment means is that I will just have to head back to this beautiful land in the future to do my hike, which I am completely ok with.
I knew I wanted to head towards ...
... are lots of people about and at 9.30 its already pretty hot but we have lots of water to keep us hydrated. We walk around to take different angles. On the walk back we see this guy out on a precarious looking ledge. Hinesh wonders how he got there and I hope he doesn't figure it out cause I know he'll want to get there… (he figured it out btw but luckily today he doesn't go out on the ledge).
Lunch is at Dennys and we have the pot roast and ...
Up early this morning and off to Page – an 8 hour drive. The kids had struggled with the 5 hours the previous day, so we were apprehensive but they were brilliant. Tablets are actually a good thing sometimes.
One of the notable highlights of this trip was stopping at Soda Dam – a weird calcium carbonate formation of rock which has built up due to the spring underneath it. We had a good 20 minutes climbing over it and ...
... ready for a three hour lake cruise in the rain. I think it is time for a cocktail. Page is a "country" town. It was founded in 1957 (to support the workers for the dam) so really it isn't that old. In the couple of days that we have been here, we have become very familiar with the laundromat, the car wash, the golf course (didn't play, just kept driving pass), the supermarket, ...