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... through the tunnel at 8 pm, stopped at a bridge to see the sun set, although it wasn't spectacular, and stopped in town for some tea. We were going to try the Pizza & Noodle Place but there was still a queue there waiting for a table - very popular. Since we had a late lunch anyway we decided to settle just for ice cream. There was a shop with home made chocolates & ice cream so we had 2 scoops in a cup & bought some home-made fudge.
We really ...
... 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 ...
... at times. We went pretty early and were with a small group of hikers. So happy we went at it early because on the way back, we ran into tons of people and it would've been a cluster. The colors surrounding us were spectacular. At times we were waist high in water with walking sticks, navigating the rocks. It was fabulous and so unlike what we've done so far. Chris loved this one too because of the water and rocks. That part ...
... are getting a work out as I make my way up the switchbacks. Once I get to the ridge line I am confronted with what Angels Landing is famous for. I have to watch my step as I make my way up holding on to the chains as one foot either side is a fall of seat. My fear of heights kicks in so I am just looking forward. It is worth the climb as I enjoy 360 degrees of Zion, with red yellow canyons all around, the meandering Virgin river below - WOW!!!. It's time to climb down ...