Village of Many Nations
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Travel Blogs from Zion National Park
... Route 15 and head out into the Nevada desert. It is very hot and very dry with very little vegetation. As we progress the scenery starts to get more spectacular and greener in parts with lots of strange rock formations. We stop for drinks in Mesquite at a mexican diner near the Arizona border. We continue on stopping in Hurricane for a short break and then after first missing the turning find the ...
... rock mountains that looked like they pushed up thru the earth. The road through the park is treacherous also but if you keep your eyes on the road & not stray to the side to view the sharp drop offs then you will do just fine.
We saw lots of long horned sheep, but the sun was giving us trouble for picture taking. We also saw a few elk.
... pool. We went to bed. Early day in the morning! Bill says we are getting up at 6:30 am, but no one believes him!
What we’re reading now:
Krista – Just finished 8 Minutes. Now reading Paper Towns
Bill – The Panic Virus
Julia – Just Mercy
Ben – “I’m not reading anything” is his standard answer, but actually he is reading Homage to Catalonia (Summer reading ...
... We went into Bryce Canyon National Park. We didn’t do any hiking but we went to all of the scenic overlooks. It was a beautiful park. After that we headed toward Zion Canyon.
We got to Zion Canyon National Park and stopped at the Museum. We went into the gift store and I asked them how to get to the Narrows which was our final destination. They told me that we could catch ...
Just about every mile from then on was another awesome view. The terrain kept changing, we left the grand canyon behind but kept having scenic masterpiece after masterpiece [it was like an overload of amazing sights. They all transitioned to new ones so quickly!] The Navajo bridge over the Colorado river was beautiful and probably highlighted our biggest regret. Underneath the bridge we saw people floating along on tubes [That would have been pretty relaxing/ ...