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... we could drive on. We overheard one of the employees at the Flagstaff KOA mention that he had spent a lot of time in Utah so we asked him to help us out. He was incredibly helpful as to great places to stay and how to get there including which roads we should avoid. We were especially thankful for all his help when once we got into Utah our GPS just happened to break and we no longer had cell phone reception. Our first destination was Bryce Canyon so ...
... one or more sheds, a garden and an orchard.
From Escalante we drove north thru more impressive country to Boulder then across the top of Boulder Mountain where Spring hadn't sprung yet, but the deer were already around. In fact, this route was closed a day later by heavy snow falls across this part of the country!
There's some good camping thru' here too - gotta come back and spend some more time in the Dixie National Forest.
... photos that G had taken it was suddenly obvious that G hadn't disliked Kodachrome at all; he had been having fun. Downloading the photos to the iPad at the end of each day was working really well - our miniature slide show was so much better than squinting at the camera screens. And there was still time for me to have some of the chocolate and raspberry torte, that I had spied that morning, for tea.
I had set the alarm on my wristwatch for 4:30 as I wanted to be on the road by 5 a.m. However, I was wide awake at 4 a.m., so I got up, bright-tailed and bushy-eyed … no, wait, the other way around, but anyhow. Since I now had a bit of time I took my laptop back out of the bag for a quick check to see if any of my top favorite friends had written anything interesting on Facebook. Why had I bothered, really, to put the laptop away! I should have known better, as it was clear that ...
... I had never even heard of. According to Howie it is often called a caldera, but it is in actual fact not a long extinct volcano, but … well, just a rock formation. I wasn’t sure what to expect, but it sounded good.
It turned out there were just eight of us going on this hike, since it is commonly designated moderate to strenuous, and a nine-mile round trip. So we piled into two cars and got going, east on UT SR 12, then turned right onto Spencer Flat Rd ...
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