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... followed UT-9W on to UT-17W until we ran into I-15 again. About 12 miles up on I-15, we exited to the Kolob Canyon Visitors Center. It was about 4:30, and we were just going to stop and get our passports stamped. But the ranger said it was only a 5-mile scenic ride and it looked best in the late afternoon anyway. So we took the scenic ride to the overlook and it was beautiful. Where Zion was all about being in the valley and looking up ...
We have spent a couple of days in Cedar City which is a small town in Utah. Firstly because its a good base to explore some great national parks and secondly because poor Darren was sick and I was sick of his driving. LOL Actually for an Aussie he does ok but it does get a bit scary when your hugging a cliff side and he tends to vere to the right all the time, he kinda has trouble keeping in the right lane for some reason. Theres been a few moments when ...
... they found this area and named it Zion, after the name of the holy mountain. Because of the high Mormon presence that has passed through the area, the landmarks have a mixture of Native American names and ancient sounding Christian titles.
The drive on the shuttle bus was an incredible scenic drive. Thanks to the presence of the Virgin river, the valley floor is vivid with life. Green trees nestle into the canyon climbing up the sides and clinging onto the deep ...
... still have the Junior Ranger Program for the kids : ). This place is set up to accommodate 3 million people a year from all over the world. There is a shuttle bus system that allows you to cruz around from the town of Springdale to the many hikes in the park.
Owen and Siena charged ******* a hike every morning then found time back at the hotel to swim laps in the pool and read and write; this home school thing is pretty cool. Our ...
... the Mossy cave walk, oh my word it was freezing. Had a lovely walk but was quiet slippery in places especially close to the edge. Then we stopped at Ruby's Inn restaurant for lunch in Bryce. Rich and I had the lunch buffet which had a great selection and the kids all had really good decent meals. Courtney did her ranger crossword and then we went to do the scenic drive in the park. We drove to Bryce Point and Inspiration Point ...