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... last big hills. I'm going to be much better about drinking more, it's always been a problem of mine. This has been the most physically demanding day of my life. I feel like I pushed myself harder than I ever have. Something happens to determination when you don't really have any option to quit. I'm not exactly proud that I made it, but more so impressed by what my body is capable of. As I was coming off the mountain, I saw a touring ...
... Utah was often the focus of his writing.
- Wallace Stegner, a historian, novelist, short story writer and environmentalist often called the "Dean of Western Writers." Like me, Stegner received his Bachelor's degree at the University of Utah, though I've never been called the Dean of anything.
... great it was to meet you and went their separate directions that I realised this was just a chance meeting of two sets of people in a viewing area. No wonder that Americans consider Brits to be unfriendly!
While eating our lunch the most amazing bright yellow crane complete with the Stars and Stripes lovingly painted across its bonnet drove into the parking lot. It was huge and appeared to be heading up the mountain ... which would be ...
... a complete moron.
So now it's off to bed and hope that I haven't unpacked the insomnia along with everything else. I thought I'd left it at home the first couple of nights but it reared its ugly head in Zion. Possibly to do with the central heating in some of these motels. Am pretty sure they duct it straight up from the fiery depths of Hades because holy mother of Twisties, it can be deadset frosty outside, and I'm sitting in ...
... were free to wander round the valley as we pleased, in and out of the formations ... every view a photo opportunity! incidentally, the yellow flowering bush that keeps popping up in pics is rabbitbrush.
As we left the park, Chris spotted a coyote on the prowl ... and later we saw a moose!
Next stop on the trail in ...