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... rock formations. It was very steep and twisty, sometimes frighteningly close to the edges and no guardrails! What is our federal government thinking! We noticed several times the lack of fences or rails in the National Parks seemed scary. Glad we didn't have a toddler with us. Preserving the natural beauty is the goal of the parks. As we drove down into the canyon we went through one tunnel a mile long. Large RV's had to ...
Today our plan had been to hike the Narrows trail. This is a 16 km trail through a river canyon. You need to wear neoprene boots because most of the trail is actually walking in the river and sometimes it can be waist deep. Unfortunately, the risk of flash flooding was very high so we decided not to go. We hiked to the start of the Narrows trail and back instead. We were appalled to see that ...
... necessary. We brought
ours all the way from PA just for this occasion. Each footstep must
be carefully felt and secured before taking another. Because of
rocks, silt and erosion, your foot could sink down four inches or
four feet with every step you take. There is no way to tell. The
hairy part today was the official warning that “flash floods are to
be expected”. Not just probable or possible, but actually
expected. We have never hiked ...
... rock formations and cliffs. We hiked a little over 4 miles and then got back on the shuttle at The Grotto.
Next we stopped and hiked up to Weeping Rock which was only moderately interesting in light of all of the other spectacular views. From there we went to the Temple of Sinawava from which we hiked a little over a mile up to The Narrows. The Narrows were the highlight of the day. We hiked right up the Virgin River through ...
... Make any sense?
So, I ordered a raspberry margarita and Adam asks about the beers. He wants to try something new. He ordered a Mexican beer (don't remember the name) but the waiter showed us the name of one of the beers they serve - Polygamy Porter. He told us that the logo of that beer is "Why have just one". Too funny.
Our waiter, Emanuel, a young man from Mexico joined us for a beer and ate the chips and salsa. We talked for a while. Adam ...