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... noticed the difference in fitness walking at 8000 feet- the paths were not exceedingly steep but we were very puffed by the time we reached the top.
Late breakfast then off to Page to see Antelope Canyon.
We stopped at a rock shop in a small town- not to look at rocks but for the coffee for Rami. It was a very interesting place with all sorts of crystals and even a Flintstones car out the front.
- I have arrived at Bryce Canons!
- I'm staying here for 7 days!
- I gave the cabins a full maintenance (clean, plumbing, and heating) for money and got paid $150 dollars per cabin.
- I worked 6 out of the 7 days and was paid $900
- When I'm not working I plan on hiking, snowshoeing , sledding and winter astronomy ...
... and was quite cavernous. By the time we came into Zion village area the peaks were 2500 ft above us. Absolutely awesome.Did not think things could get better, but when you travel out of a long tunnel, bursting into sunlight and the guide plays the alleluia chorus over the speakers whilst the landscape is humongous and colorful, it is great. The whole bus applauded.We were dropped off at a beautiful ...
... We then headed down completely beat and after a recharge at the bottom did a little hike to Emerald Pool. Back to the lodge to catch the shuttle and then to Springdale for dinner. This is the most amazing little town we have seen yet. Super trendy hotels and restaurants- even art galleries. If you like cute towns stay here. Of course all you want is a beer and the place we picked although delicious buffalo burger- no ...
... Utah: Restaurants are not allowed to sell beer to take home. A patron may only buy beer from a supermarket for that.
We had a very pleasant time talking with Emanuel and relaxing at the end of the day. We walked the few minutes back to the hotel under a sky full of shining stars.
Alison Tranbarger Epstein We have a couple of Zionist National Parks here, too. :)
Alexa Kaufman Gross your pictures are great