Village of Many Nations
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Today we went on the Emeralds Pool walk. The commentary on the shuttle bus had said you can get to the Emerald Pools from The Grotto stop & then continue on to Zion Lodge so we decided to try that walk and we were so glad we did. The beginning was up rock stairs and then sandy & rocky tracks. You can then choose to go up to the Upper Emerald Pools from the Middle ones or go down to the ...
... carved out this incredible canyon. We were so please we had our trekking poles (Greg used one, I used two), our hiking boots with good grip & our hiking socks that seemed better than normal socks. We had packed a second pair of shoes & socks for when we finished because we saw so many people yesterday carrying extra ones but we didn't need them at all. There are rocks in the river which can make it tricky (especially for those wearing thongs and without ...
Black Bear sprung a leak on a rear break fluid line and we had to wait for parts for three days in Hurricane, just outside of the Zion National Park. This was not a good experience, the waiting in the small village, spending time at the local library, M. Donald and Willowwind RV Park and then at the end dealing with a crooked Garage owner.
ZION- meaning place of Refuge, Peace and Tranquility
2 August Saturday the.we drove into the Zion ...
... Powell. We set up
camp, and all ended up in the water, floating downstream through the
rapids or just wading through the boulders and sand, cooling down
from the afternoon heat before a late dinner. Early morning tomorrow
as we really need to be up at 5:30 to reach St George for our rock
Sunday morning brought howling wild
winds and I am impressed that our tent was still here, although some
of the stakes have ...
... you are in the river. The ill-prepared filter out after the 3rd bend and then it is just families as mad as us and we fit right in.
There was a certain amount of "You shall not pass" (Lord of the Rings) and jollity till disaster struck. Our hero of organisation (Tom) lost a waterproof bag with $60, our National Park annual pass and his UK Driver's License. He had put bag in pocket on the free shuttle so ...