Zion Canyon Bed and Breakfast
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... to park and then had to cross the road. Unfortunately Diane failed to see the cacti in the central reservation and continued walking! A very painful encounter with cacti spines embedded in flesh,trousers fingers and then mine as we attempted to despike her! Some laughter mainly mine I hasten to add. And this is a second occasion of cacti close encounter as Diane remembers another occasion when she did the same thing. New glasses needed! Both Diane and I wanted to ...
... in the trees with a view of the amazing sheer sandstone cliffs behind.
We've decided that southern Utah is almost entirely made of sand - some of it loose, like a desert, but most of it compacted into sandstone in a vast range of shades, from pure white, through yellow, orange, coral, pale ...
... people had parked all along the street to catch the town shuttle to the park.
Back at the hotel, it was time to shower. We spent some time sitting out on our balcony enjoying the view. We had eaten so late in the afternoon that we weren't really hungry for a meal. BUT, ice cream sure sounded good! We had seen the Springdale Candy Co. in town and read reviews that the candy and ice cream were delicious. The owner waited on us and asked where we were from. It turns out ...
... s pocket! We shooed them away, but it did little good. We finally had to get away from them and walked over to the base of Angel's Landing just to say that we had actually touched the chains. :)
I had read a post from TripAdvisor's Kbecjeans that suggested we continue north along the West Rim Trail for awhile for additional views with less people around. And fewer people there were! In fact, I think we only saw a total of 8-10 people while we hiked up another 500 feet ...
... 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!!! ...