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Travel Blogs from Panguitch
... still, sit on his rump and slide down the drops to the next track below because that would be quicker and easier for him than inching along behind the mule in front of us that no doubt frustrated the hell out of him. I had to neck-rein Walweep on every. single. turn. or he wasn't going to make them, despite eight animals in front of him doing exactly that. Mind of his own.
They certainly paired us up well. :-D
When we fell ...
... to be sure to get a photo of it to share. Not a normal tourist thing to do but sometimes it is the odd things that are most enjoyable.
Back to the beginning of the day and the Park activities. Our first stop was at the visitor center. I had read in my ole so old Park book that the Queens Garden trail combined with the Navajo trail was a good way to see the Canyon. It also told me that we should go in by way of the ...
... path that wound up a rise over the hoodoo and then over a ridge with a perfect 360 view of the canyon. Mitch followed me, but he turned back to find the girls. Emma came out soon after - tiny on that red pathway - and stood with me on the ridge, debating whether or not to go further down and farther in. We decided not to - on the condition that there could be another hike later in the day - but the red path wending down seemed to speak to both of us. ...
... in the water.
It was actually pretty cool to see how quickly you began floating when you sat down. Landry also had fun skiping rocks on the water. We all got in after some debate. Margaret was the first to get in all the way, then I decided this was my only chance. Lanton really had to be convinced.
We than we headed to our campground. It was much cooler as we headed to Panguitch. After checking in and getting wood, we ...
... chiropractor and I just realized that I have known him since 1996, my first visit to the North Rim of the Grand Canyon – 17 years ago. For me it is one of those quirky full circle kind of things. Anyway, it always amazes me how I can be in such pain from twisting something or having the worst headache and a quick visit to Dr. Bob and the pain is gone. Magic. (And lots of years of education and hard work.)
A late start gave ...
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