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Travel Blogs from Cedar City
... small trees and saltbush etc. that survive this area and so I could not even try to work it out. Suddenly we felt so small. There was another there with her two young kids getting close to the sides and in front of rocks that had two exits, back onto the safety of the footpath or a slip and straight down for miles. I said the woman, "you know what happened to curiosity" she replied "it killed the cat" she knew but struggled to get her kids back in line. Anyway ...
... Wiggles and decanted like a stone back down the canyon and then to the top of the snake like path down toward the Virgin River some 2100 feet below. Io and I are not slow at ascending, but on the descent we literally fly, passing nearly everyone in front. We did the same in Glacier last year and have found our form again this year.
We crossed the bridge at the Grotto, to see a bus about to pull off, so I sprinted over the road as the doors shut. I was gutted, but then ...
... uniquely provides many places to sleep but nowhere to eat.
We checked out the weather this evening and it looks like we are going to experience a fairly dramatic drop in temperature from Tuesday onwards.Which is going to make it a bit difficult for us to lose time,which we need to in order to arrive in New York at about correct time for shipping Stanley .Its easier to lose time when the weather is fine.We'll see what happens.
* and the film date? 1968
We had a relatively short drive again to Bryce Canyon National Park. Weather has been high 70's/low 80’s and very pleasant. We visited Bryce and Zion, our last two parks, about 18 years ago with the kids. I always remembered Bryce as being very beautiful and things have not changed. Bryce can be typified as the Hoodoo canyon (reference my pics). The views are just outstanding; beautiful images in all ...
Here in Zion we met two brothers who had escaped their families for a day of mountaineering. They had planned to scale some heights and follow a partial track to the summit of one of the peaks. Their spirit excited me, and for a moment I wished I was not a city boy, wished that I had been shown these treasures earlier, wished that I too, could scale those mighty walls. Then I realised it was time to leave.
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- Continental Breakfast
- Adjoining Rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking