Meadow View Cabins At Duck Creek Village
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... as possible so that I could make the drive to Kanab and try my luck at winning the lottery once again for a permit to hike The Wave. Even though I was under a time restriction this morning, I still managed to stop long enough on the side of the road to marvel at the breathtaking sunrise over the mountains this morning.
When I finally pulled in to the visitor center in the town of Kanab an hour and a half later, my heart sank at the number of cars that were ...
... under these conditions and
warnings posted everywhere tell of the devastation and death that
can be caused if a flash flood occurs. Basically, they can happen at
any time without warning, particularly after recent storms, and will
send a wall of water, rocks and uprooted trees through the tight slot
canyons. Basically, if a flash flood comes, we are all dead. There
is no way we could get out in time, especially with the precarious
footing. It is not to ...
... in the room and headed for dinner at the lodge dining room. Zion reminded us a lot of the Ahwahnee in Yosemite, but smaller, of course, and more snug in the canyons. The kids were enthralled with all the deer grazing in the lodge’s front yard. The interior was much more contemporary than other lodges.
Dinner in the lodge was delicious and welcome. Cheryl tried a Prickly Pear Margherita – ...
... Doo cartoon with wavy psychedelic tie-dyed colors and a few rolls of toilet paper on the front dashboard. Each evening the essence of illegal substances (in all states but Colorado and Washington) wafted into our campsite. On the other side was a very large group consisting of two families, at least 20 people of various ages ranging from infants to grandparents. One family wore red T-shirts and jeans, the other wore blue T-shirts and jeans; perhaps this helped ...
Opened our door this morning to go for breakfast and there was a huge deer in front of us. It stared at us curiously for a few moments then trotted back into the forest. What a way to start the day! Actually deer seem to be very common in the forest we are staying in. They have twice crossed the road as we have been driving back to the lodge. After breakfast, which they call "enhanced continental" (any enhancement, though, ...