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... which is free. Buses run continuously, and we never have to wait more than 5 minutes for the next one. Evidently, because the road is so narrow with very few turnouts, and it dead ends rather than a loop, traffic was such a nightmare when it was open to the public that they closed it some years back. The buses run from the Visitors Center to the end of the scenic drive and back.
The problem is that parking at the Visitors ...
Hiked 2.5 miles up the Narrows in Zion NP, we opted to rent the dry suit, special shoes and walking stick. Beautiful canyon, wish I would have hiked farther up and stayed a few more days. Can't remember where we had dinner but we ordered up a lot of food and a pitcher of local beer, nice way to end the day. Tons of rain on our way back to Cedar City, UT, glad we weren't in canyon when it was coming ...
... adorable Corgi!
Our non-stop flight was uneventful, except for some turbulence as we neared Las Vegas. Upon arrival, we headed to Avis at the car rental complex. Unfortunately, we ended up with the agent with a surly attitude. But, we weren't going to let this spoil our fun! We located our car without any problems and sat all of our luggage by the car trunk. Now where are the keys? Nowhere to be found! We searched all over the car and even looked under the car. ...
... of erosion. Butte (pronounce bee-ute) is the rock formation that is smaller and the second stage of erosion from Mesa. Spire is the final stage of erosion from Butte, is the rock formation that become narrow and free standing. Once eroded by wind and water, only the bottom Organ rock that hold up the sandstone will remain, ex Totem Pole, Three ...
... with another too much. America is big, it takes a while to drive to any sight and when you arrive the sight is big too. We loved it ...it had a real wow factor. Every time we turned a corner it was different. I could go on but just enjoy our photos and but it on your Bucket list!The tourist information was good as ever and we received leaflets telling us what wildlife to watch out for. We did well as firstly we saw a tiny green humming bird ...