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... tunnel which was quite a sight. On arriving at the campsite the more experience campers helped us to pitch our tents and then the cooking group for the day prepared our dinner of chicken and cheesy pasta with veg, which went down nicely. I wash grouped with Scarlett and Jack and today was wash up duty. So that's what we did... Although jack disappeared part way through leaving us girls with the work! After tidying up I showered and headed to bed... That hike had really tired me ...
... We parked up and it had actually attempted to hail for a little bit so we had a look around the visitor centre.
The weather improved slightly so we decided to walk the rim trail out to Dead Horse Point, around and back. As we hiked the trail, the weather cleared up to give us the perfect views of this dramatic landscape. We overlooked a huge canyon and as we walked round the view just kept improving. From this high vantage point on the rim we could see ...
... ran past the car! It startled us.
What’s different about Zion is that you are looking at cliffs from a different perspective. Here you are down in the canyon looking up at the cliffs. I think if I were to do the trip again I would rather start in Zion and travel east and end up at the Arches. I was following my sister’s plans and she went on to Las Vegas. But after Zion-we are just heading back to Salt Lake City.
It’s hard to believe the trip is almost ...
Tuesday, June 11,2013 Today we spent the day flying to Utah.
We took American Airlines from LGA. The first flight took off at 12:50 pm (which is late for us.) We had a stop over in Dallas Fort Worth. Both flights were pleasant. I've leaned that if you tell them when you book that you have a doctor's note for special seating you get better seats. I used to try to pick my seats myself-as ...
We explored the red sandstone topography at Arches after going gaga over nature at Yellowstone national park. We were at Moab,Utah for 2 days to visit the Arches, Canyonlands & Dead horse national parks. Moab is a small town in Utah which is around 200 miles from Salt Lake City. We stayed at a B&B called Desert Hills. It's a quaint and beautiful place managed by a great couple called Anne & Vic. They took good care of us and we felt ...
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