Dreamkatchers Lake Powell Bed & Breakfast
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Day 14. Going on this adventure is the absolute best decision I have ever made in all of my thirty-one years.
Even though today started off with a major disappointment, it turned into a magical scene soon thereafter. Many of you are probably wondering if I got to do my precious Wave hike. And unfortunately the answer is no. This morning I got up early again to head back to Kanab for the lottery once more. It was incredibly hard to leave Zion. That place ...
... while D and I waited for the sun to set.
The hike back out to the car was mostly uphill. The girls were tired and griped a lot on the way out, but everyone made it eventually (at least it wasn’t hot anymore). We stopped by a Mexican restaurant for a late dinner on the way back to the hotel. The food was pretty good, but the service was plain awful. Maybe we should have gone back to the BBQ joint!!
Miles driven: 155
Oddometer It was about a three-hour drive from Kayenta to Page. Finally feel like we've come home; we should have stopped in this place earlier! Got into town around 2pm and headed to the local Starbucks. Randy spent a lot of time calling campgrounds to see what options, if any, we had in Zion Park for the coming weekend. He was finally able to reserve us a place at the ...
Mother Nature wasn't our friend today. We got up at 5:30am, Bubba had waffles and bacon for us at 6:15am as requested, and we were in the Overland Tours parking lot before 7am. We met Charly Moore there who kept shaking his head and saying the weather wasn't looking good. At the time, it was overcast and a little rain had moved through about an hour before. We agreed to "play it by ear" and his office would call Rox's phone if we could try going out. He did ...
... good shots was quite a challenge, with the numbers of tourists pushing and jostling to get a good photo, but at moments of crowd-clearing by our guide, we did manage to take some great shots. At intervals, a narrow beam of sunlight would penetrate to the canyon floor, bathing the surrounding walls in a deep orange glow. Ray threw handfuls of sand into the beam, which created a ghost-like apparition that would hover for a moment, then dissolve before ...