Dreamkatchers Lake Powell Bed & Breakfast
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- Free parking
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... few others. Soon my new friend, Trevor and I found ourselves alone and we decided to take one last deep breathe, burning the picturesque moment into our memories forever before hiking the three miles back out together. It was about 5pm by the time we arrived at the parking lot and we made the decision to camp together out on the BLM land in the backcountry a bit. Trevor was headed for a five day trek off the grid in the backcountry the following day, but ...
... one. A touch less car wash which was open (had a roof and two sides). As the soap spray began, so did the wind...not in the direction of the car! Later in the day we took a boat ride along Lake Powell. Best part of the ride was going through Antelope Canyon as the canyon is quite narrow. The walk from the boat to the hotel was very steep, but no problems for us mountain goats! Dinner this ...
... as one of the most spiritual places on earth, and for me I'm sure if I were in there alone it would be, but it was hard to really feel much the way we went through it. Molly said the experience wasn't what she thought it was going to be either since it was mostly focused on photography, but Iris stayed calm and happy for the entire hour that we were there (which kind of felt like a miracle to us)! That's not to say it wasn't worth visiting - it was ...
... in the canyon. That demands you moving along and your guide ensuring that happens. The biggest challenge is taking a pic without getting someone else, or a group of people, in it! It's only a walk from the vehicles of a few hundred metres to the far end of the canyon and you spend just over an hour in the canyon.
Anyway, we were herded along with everyone else which kinda spoils the experience, even though the canyon is pretty dam impressive ...
... about getting back to the Riverwalk. At every major trailhead or natural feature, parking lots were overflowing and people were parking on the road. Such was the case at the very end near the Riverwalk. We elected to give it up and come out of the park.
So heading east out of the park through numerous tunnels including the 1.1 mile Zion-Mt. Carmel tunnel was an interesting and scenic drive..not to mention a climb to a bit less than ...