Windwhisper Cabin & Breakfast
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- Refrigerator in room
- Microwave in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking hotel
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... some bighorn sheep on the cliffs. What an awesome sight! As my husband tried to photograph them, one began to move.. It really was incredible to watch him sure-footedly make his way down the steep cliff. After watching them for a bit, we continued our 1/2 mile hike to the viewpoint. We walked into a shady alcove along the way, which was nice for a quick cool-off. When we reached the viewpoint, there was only one other person there. The views were breathtaking!!! ...
... third times a charm??), so I wanted to stick close to Kanab today so that I wasn’t driving all over the place in order to make my way back here tomorrow. Zion was only an hour away and it was my favorite place I’d been so far, so back I went to explore more of the majestic cliffs. I found a spot at the same campground my Kentucky friends and I slept at last week, only this time it was right next to the river and as soon as I pulled up two deer ...
... paved. We stopped at Scout's Lookout for a rest and a drink and started up the last half mile. This section is very scary because you are climbing on a narrow ledge with only a chain to hang on to. It's a shear drop straight down for a very, very long way. Dan decided to stay at Scout's Landing and wait for us. Jon and I went a short way along this section but I was too nervous to keep going. Jon and I turned around and gingerly ...
... air in the lower 48. It was like looking on to forever.
A stop at the park’s Visitor’s Center helped us determine the best spots to stop. And we picked up some park-grown apricots for the trip at $1 a bag. You can’t beat that!
We finished the drive through Capital Reef and began our journey to Bryce, taking another Scenic Byway, Highway 12. If you ever have the chance to journey on this road, take it. The ...
... LONGS was a much better term! The shlong jokes were tossed about with reckless abandon throughout the entire trip after that particular moment on the hiking trail where Tanya and I were laughing so hard that we almost couldn’t continue.
After a long, beautiful hike we took a quick dip in the (icy cold!) Virgin River to wash off the sweat before boarding the shuttle back to the park entrance and walking to our camp. More showers were in order for ...