Single Tree Campground

Highway 12, Teasdale, Utah, United States | Campground
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Day 9: Zebra Canyon and Capitol Reef

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... the walls narrowed so much it was impossible to hike with a backpack on. In places the bottom of the canyon floor was about a foot width wide, sometimes narrower. We found that it was best to stem/chimney a few feet off the ground where it was wider vs trying to stay at the bottom where it was incredibly tight. Once A figured out the climbing technique, she did great. E was not liking the tight fit and began to panic/fuss, but we got her though it. ...


A travel blog entry by linleyc


I'm writing this one up from memory. Two days ago was a long time ago, at the moment. Let me see...

I collected my new friend - let's call him The Yank - at 8:30 and immediately asked where I could buy something resembling coffee. We went to the coffee shop and I bought a latte. It was regretable but the morning improved after that.

Capitol Reef is one of the lesser known National Parks in Utah. I had a somewhat vague ...

Day started well. Ending well too, actually.

A travel blog entry by linleyc


... In this jacket, I was sufficiently protected from the cold in Utah anywhere the jacket touched me. Mr Cowboy wore a t-shirt last night and drove with the window down. This is acclimation at work. Told him he probably wouldn't like Australia. The heat and humidity would kill him.

Onto the far more interesting topic of today's drive to Torrey!! :-D

If only Hertz knew the things I was getting up to with their rental ...

Day 4 River Rafting(Colorado River)& Capitol Reef

A travel blog entry by roamed


... Lodge and Ranch. Looks like the perfect place for a family with kids. They have cattle and horses -so it is like staying on a ranch.
We did the Castle area named for Castle Rock- the one you see in the car commercial where the car is on top of one of those rocks. Nikki explained that the helicopter that got the car and the woman up there had to be sent back because of winds and that woman was stuck up there for hours- one woman said it was actually over night.
We could ...

And more driving

A travel blog entry by blizz


... resulting in a visit to the restaurant belonging to the competition. The food is not bad, but the loud playing Christian chants during the entire meal quickly get on my nerves. Back to our room!

That nasty red sand turn out even nastier after a rain shower, sticking to everything and creating nasty stains. We leave red traces on the entire concrete Inn corridor and after an insufficient wipe half a red footprint on the carpet in the room. Grmbl, on to cleaning.



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