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... I was wading thigh deep in the river and carefully finding foot placements (I opted not to take a walking stick, which everyone else had, but I didn’t seem to mind and it turned out to be completely ok without one). I discovered a small cliff that I could climb in order to get up into this secret cave. I thought it was a good place for my handstand and needed a photographer, so I struck up a conversation with an older gentleman. He introduced himself as John ...
... and one pretty clear. Of course,
you still have to hike the whole way back at this point, so it is a
pretty exhausting, but exhilarating adventure. Success! The mile
back to the shuttle dried us off a bit, and we were glad we had come
so early as now hordes of tourists had arrived to try their luck,
many wearing white shorts, barefoot, carrying babies, without hiking
sticks, or in others way totally unprepared. Back to the campsite
for lunch and a ...
... in the room and headed for dinner at the lodge dining room. Zion reminded us a lot of the Ahwahnee in Yosemite, but smaller, of course, and more snug in the canyons. The kids were enthralled with all the deer grazing in the lodge’s front yard. The interior was much more contemporary than other lodges.
Dinner in the lodge was delicious and welcome. Cheryl tried a Prickly Pear Margherita – ...
... where Lauren an I spentva few days in April. Treated there to a concert violinist practicing as the light faded; wow! This is on the route used by many to tour the parks of Utah and Arizona so lots of nice diversity in encounters. European origins predominate but every car is a surprise for passengers. Off today to go up over another pass and probably to Capitol Reef tonight. More later, including ...
... pools were particularly beautiful, with the ochre hills and green trees bathed in late-afternoon sunlight and a picture-perfect reflection in a placid pool of water.
One of the most fabulous things about hiking in Zion turned out to be the people-watching. It is certainly interesting the clothing and footwear people will choose to wear for relatively strenuous, difficult hikes over rough terrain – flip flops, hot pants, bikinis. Really? Whatever works, ...
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