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A and I got up at 5am, to go on a short ~1 mile hike to a canyon overlook for sunrise. It was completely dark on the way in, and A did a fantastic job hiking by flashlight. She got spooked a few times from sounds we heard on the way up. When we got to the top, we found a nice secluded spot to soak in the views while waiting for the sun to rise. For a long time, we were the only ones there.
After eating breakfast, we dropped Maya off ...
... for the band when
the normal drummer had been partying too hard. He had some cool stories of
destroying and hotels and throwing TV’s from the Golden Years of touring with Rock
Bands. Once we retired to bed, it was pretty windy, my tent had already flipped
over full of stuff, this seemed to be the theme of the rest of the night being
woken up once or twice with the wind so far the tent roof was flat against my
The Next ...
... ever been and unlike anything we have seen so far. It is a relatively small park that doesn't take long to get through, but is just unbelievably gorgeous. The one night we spent there was very cold as the elevation was around 8,000 feet, but the bathrooms were clean and we found a campsite easily.After our one night stint at Bryce Canyon, we drove to Zion National Park looking forward to lower elevation and higher nighttime temperatures. The campground ...
... br> I'm starting to like this stealth camping thing... Right now I am cowboy camped (no tent) in the middle of what I believe is the mohave desert, just off highway 95. 100 miles north of las Vegas. The last bit of civilization I saw was called Area 51 bar, so that might just be where I am.
I like how I can see life pass by, but nobody knows I'm here. (hopefully)
I like how calm it is (other than the ringing of my ...
... but these were expensive so we figured we'd make do with out little wetsuit boots. First off we just had to cross the river to then continue up the other bank a short while. Here it was only ankle deep but jeeeeez it was painfully cold! As we continued, we gradually got used to the cold and it became just cold, rather than painful. At least 60% of the hike is spent wading and walking in the river and the level got ...
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
- Another, better, world
- Neat place to stay
- Warm, friendly, helpful, great food.
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