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... the parking lot. I knew my chances didn’t look good. Last week when I was here people must have known better than to come because of the storm that was blowing in and the potential for flash floods proved far too dangerous to attempt this hike. I walked into the lottery drawing room and filled out an application among 100 other people. I was too anxious to sit, so I stood in the back in anticipation of hearing number 24 called. There were only 10 spots for ...
... 12 took us through Capital Reef National Park. It’s another beautiful park that includes the small town of Fruita, Utah. This little town was settled by Mormons in the 1800’s and there were never more than 10 families living there. The Fremont River provided the water source for their many fruit trees; in fact there are over 3,000 in the park. Fruit sales were their main source of income and much of the trading was by barter. Visitors to ...
... necessary. We brought
ours all the way from PA just for this occasion. Each footstep must
be carefully felt and secured before taking another. Because of
rocks, silt and erosion, your foot could sink down four inches or
four feet with every step you take. There is no way to tell. The
hairy part today was the official warning that “flash floods are to
be expected”. Not just probable or possible, but actually
expected. We have never hiked ...
... there wasn’t a smooth surface anymore for which to attach the mirror. Also, we were told that the windshield had to be less than 70° for the glue to stick. Given it was already over 100°, that wasn't going to happen. They even suggested icing the window down.
We decided to duct tape the mirror to the windshield. Seemed like it would work, but with all of the vibration and heat, it just wasn’t. So ...
We awoke early to pack the tent away before enjoying a filing breakfast and pack a lunch. With everyone accounted for we left Kodachrome and drove three hours to Zion Canyon. On arrival into the park we were captivated and amazed by the sights we were seeing, sheer sandstone cliffs. The canyons were overwhelming, their height, their width, their depth. After driving into the centre of the park we caught the free shuttle to The Grotto. Once there we took a walk to Angels Landing. ...