Meadow View Cabins At Duck Creek Village
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... flops and carrying no water. I know they had to have a hard time getting up through Wall Street. At one point, I realized I was watching where I was stepping and was missing out on some scenery. So I tried looking up and walking. My foot slipped on the edge of the trail and I lost my balance briefly. It wasn't a huge drop-off, but I would have slid down an embankment and probably would have been a little banged up. I went back to watching my step! As we ascended up to ...
... in that area, and, in fact, he had a hideout in the Capital Reef National Park. We drove through a couple of arches on the highway.
We came back and Mike cooked us salmon for dinner. Karen has to ration her wine because there is some issue with buying wine in Utah and she hasn’t been able to replenish her supply. She is down to her last bottle. She will be glad when we leave Utah for that reason.
We are off to Zion National Park ...
... in front of us, it took us an hour to reach the point where we would begin to descend to the valley floor. Bryce Canyon is indescribably beautiful. No photographs that we took will ever do justice to its bizarre and yet enchanting features. It is a landscape that would not look out of place in a science fiction film, or as the other worldly setting if a fairy tale. Soon the trail began to gently slope down, snaking down the edge of steep drop-offs to the floor of the canyon. ...
Mark and Cheryl woke early to view the sunrise over Monument Valley. The air was chilly, but coffee was made and the tripod was set up--Mark was ready to go. Cheryl sat in the chairs, wrapping the Indian blanket from the bed around her for warmth.
Sunrise started before 5:00 and lasted until around 6:15. Magnificent! We let the kids sleep until 7:30, then packed up, had breakfast, took a final look around, then said good-bye to Monument Valley.
... to set and enhanced the beauty of the canyon wall. Unfortunately we didn't get pictures. Today we plan to go along the same route and hope to capture photos of this area.
Since we are in Bryce for just today - our only full day, we plan to just visit Bryce Canyon National Park. Looking at the area map there is plenty to see and do, we will have to make the most of our day.