Slot Canyons Inn
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... else. Driving through there is like an adventure in itself. Huge mountains, canyons, buttes, mesas, arches, rivers, plant and wildlife all come together for a breathtaking landscape. It’s like you’re in a separate little world. A world I very quickly fell in love with.
My drive to Kanab was nerve wrecking and when I got to the visitor center there were ninety-seven people waiting for the lottery drawing. I was lucky number ...
... I'll get better at this, I know. I was feeling lonely and hot at my secluded camp, so I walked up to the general store. The kids who were working talked about 4th of July plans. It doesn't sound like there's much going on around this town. I bought a sweet tea and a can of fruit cocktail, and sat on the curb for a while. Everyone who drove by looked like middle ...
... store/ restaurant / bakery where we enjoyed a delicious artisan pizza. Talked quite a bit with a couple at the table next to ours who are also staying at B&B. They are from Quebec & into some serious canyoneering (9th trip to Utah!).
'Afoot and light-hearted, I take to the open road, healthy, free, the world before me,
The long brown path before me, leading wherever I choose."
- Walt Whitman
... 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.
... to Escalante having had an ok day; stopping to take some more photos of rivers and barns. On the outskirts of Henrieville, a large raptor flew across the road and landed in the grass; I grabbed the camera and snapped it, G pulled over so that it was easier for me but bizarrely my best photo was the first one. We went through the Audubon Guide but still aren't sure whether this is a Rough Legged Hawk or a Golden Eagle. Back in the room and looking through ...