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... long list of possible eateries and settled for the Bit and Spur. A decent meal but way too much in quantity.
We decided to rise early to breakfast at Oscars cafe before catching the 8.15 shuttle to the park. Oscars was another food encounter. Never have I seen so much on one plate for breakfast.
Monica with her usual efficiency had sorted the possible walks so we did the first one to the Emerald pools. A series of pools higher than each other which thankfully ...
... in that. Unfortunately, Tommy had to carry the heavy plastic bag on the one mile walk back to the trail head. :) Since, we were at the end of the shuttle line, we had no trouble getting a seat going back to the Visitor Center. The shuttle quickly filled up again. It felt so good to sit and feel the air blowing on our faces. I could also smell the stinky socks even through the plastic bag. :) Tommy suggested we stop to eat at the lodge again, but i was afraid we would have the ...
... our food too fast.
After gathering up our backpacks loaded with water and snacks, it was time to head to the Zion visitor center. Since it was early, and we knew parking would not be a problem, we decided to drive instead of taking the town shuttle. There was plenty of parking available when we arrived shortly before 8:00. It did not take long for a shuttle to arrive and we were on our way with a handful of other people. We were ahead of the crowds that would arrive ...
... in Springdale.) We bought a baked chicken for dinner. This ended up being a very full day. September 25, Thursday After a rather windy night and things going bump in the night, we got up and had coffee and a breakfast bar before heading into the canyon again. Our first stop was at Court of the Patriarchs to walk the short, but steep trail to the viewing platform. Here we could see 3 rock peaks named Abraham, Jacob, and Isaac. There were not too many people here, but ...
We are in Utah. While we were in Utah we went canyoning in Zion national park.
At the start of canyoning I felt scared because we had to adbseil down a cliff in to a pool. It was freezing in the water!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
It was called a slot canyon because it is so narrow.
At the end there was a spooky freezing swim through a dark tunnel. I felt freezing but glad to get out of the canyon.
I would like to go canyoning again, but not write about it!