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... tiny towns in the middle of the desert.
We arrived at our Hotel by 7pm and soon sat down to a steak dinner (very nice). SJ enjoyed her steak too and ate all of it. At dinner we learnt a little about Utah State drinking laws. Matt was allowed to have a beer and a glass of wine at the table at the same time. Jen, however, was not able to have a glass of red wine until her glass of white was finished – it is illegal to have 2 glasses ...
... a park ranger. She pulled over and told me where to find a fresh spring right by the road. I found it and filled up my entire 6-liter dromedary. That water was so tasty!! I came across more pesky biting flies by the spring, so I got moving pretty quickly. (These flies have been tormenting me from day 1 of this trip. They bite and you can't shoo them away. When you brush them off, they come to the exact same spot and bite down.) I was ...
... We can't find a single parking space at the visitors center, and the main road through the park, UT-9, is wall-to-wall cars. Traffic, when it does move, plods along at about 10 MPH. The crowding is unfortunate, but hey, it's Memorial Day weekend. I should have seen that one coming. Still, the hordes of tourists do little to diminish the overwhelming beauty of Zion National Park. Click here to learn more about Zion National Park. We leave ...
... as we had remembered, but the weird rocks are still there!
We arrived at SkyRidge B&B and found our way up to the room that we always rent. Next time however, we might elect to stay in the ground floor room - carrying luggage up three flights of stairs is not for the faint of heart or maybe not for a 72 year old man, no matter how fit! The new owners are still ...
... but I really didn't want us to miss out on eating there again. After that we decided on an afternoon in Capitol Reef National Park. Scenic Byway 12 cuts across the top of this NP, but we had never been in before. Once past the golden trees that line the river and the remains of the Mormon settlement, there is a self-sign in entrance where you write out your details and pay into an honesty box. The road winds through typical red rock Utah landscape ...