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... the time we got halfway down. The one had a pain in her tummy and the other a pain in her hip and ankle. This didn't bode well for the Narrows and Angels Landing hikes that we'd planned for the next day! We took the bus one stop back to our bikes and cycled downhill through the canyon back to Springdale (a little town just outside the park) where we'd hired the bikes from. Like Bryce, Zion is stunningly beautiful. The two are totally different to each ...
... I tried to get a shot, but they are just too agile and quick for my amateurish handling of a camera.
Out of the forest, we found ourselves driving into a canyon, first rising in elevation several thousand feet. We drove a very narrow ridge at the top of the canyon, with severe drop-offs on both sides. It was a bit of a white-knuckle ride. Then we drove around rough and rutted stone walls with sage growing from ...
... The rest of us totally wimped out and
refused to try. My arms and hands are so sore I could barely hold
the pen to pay at the end. We headed to one of the few restaurants
that were open here in Morman Utah on a Sunday and had teriyaki beef
and shrimp with actual veggies and brown rice to fuel us up (real ice
cubes and air conditioning too!!) An hour back to Zion through
gorgeous southern Utah skies and mountains, but the heat here is now
If I have one regret about this trip it will be that we didn't have more time for Zion National Park. We had such an awesome adventure there and it's the one place that I felt we left things undone at. Sadly I couldn't bring my phone to take pictures, but Tommy brought his water camera. Too bad the quality isn't that good. We did part of the hike that the book we are using considers top five in the West called The Narrows. First we took ...
... as hard but the front of our feet take the beating from going down hill. We made it back down, but Jean got a small case of heat stoke at the very end. It catches up with you very quickly.
After meeting up with Kathy, it is over 100 again we decide to head back to the RV's. We are all exhausted by this time. Back though the road trail and the tunnels with me driving this time. We are almost out of the park and I pull in to take one ...