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... for this 'short' trip. So it's nice to know that our audience is enjoying it!
The next stop on this trip was Zion National Park and we knew that to get a site on the first-come-first-served South Campground we needed to get there by about 8:00 am, so we stayed in a motel in nearby Hurricane on ...
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... and Aspens
with a few canyon overlooks. Back through the meadows and buffalo
herd and down to Jacob's Lake, where we stopped and treated ourselves
to a real indoor, sit down lunch with ice cubes in the water! What a
thrill. Still a couple more hours and another time change to reach
Utah. We entered Zion National Park from the east, through the
beautiful red and white slickrock, past Checkerboard Mesa, pulled
over and hiked a bit through the red sand, and ...
... conversation (cause I am an old **** now). Before the sun sets I join Hinesh on his rock and we watch the sun set over the mountain range. Again, not too exciting for the photos as the expected colours of pink or purple were absent today, but still nice to chill there with Hinesh. We make it down to the car before it gets too dark and head home.
While, not the most picturesque of the national parks for me, Zion will always hold a special spot for yours ...
... through someone else’s windshield – that would be a really terrible way to start a vacation!
We drove through Riverside County and enjoyed a thick haze of LA smog that obstructed our view of the mountains around Big Bear. We headed northeast via Barstow to Las Vegas, driving through some incredibly empty but stunning desert landscapes. We also passed several signs advertising the wonders of a product called “Cold Cock,” which made us ...
Other places to stay in Cedar City
100 N 200 West Street, Cedar City | 3 star b&bfrom $135
234 South 300 West, Cedar City | B&Bfrom $109
140 South 100 West, Cedar City | 5 star b&bfrom $108
16 North 200 West, Cedar City | 3 star b&bfrom $76
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133 S 100 W, Cedar City | 3 star b&bfrom $135
161 South 200 West, Cedar City | B&Bfrom $80
121 North College Way, Cedar City | 4 star b&bfrom $99