Village of Many Nations
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... the rental counter.
So we landed at 1015am and eventually left with our car at 1pm.
Rami insisted that he needed lunch so we stopped at a Spanish supermarket to
buy water and found him a burrito.
Unfortunately the combination of a slow drive out of Vegas
with a big burrito and an early morning with lingering jet lag meant that he
was a bit sleepy for a lot of the drive and I struggled ...
... narrowed in places to about 5 feet wide, with a drop to the valley bottom on both sides! In places, sections of heavy-duty chains strung along the "trail" provided psychological "security," but if we slipped or tripped, we would have had a soaring freefall before a sudden stop in the Virgin River far below. Since that was definitely not in our plans, we used the chains as a way to stabilize ourselves. The view from the top was 360 degrees of gorgeous. Some lunch and water ...
... much traffic heading out. We did get to see the bighorn sheep as we left the area. There was a nice place for us to pull out and watch them until they disappeared from view. Nice treat!
The ride back to Lake Powell was uneventful and we had our pick of the campsite since the holiday season was over. Pleasant evening and of course watching the changing colors on the lake as the sun set.
... Kanab and the hotel i did some updating, listened to the day song and heard
what the next few days had in store.
Our first stop was Zion national park. We drove through the long tunnel to get into the park and it was very beautiful. We stopped at Zion lodge where we had some free time to explore. I got
on a free shuttle bus with a few others and we went to the temple area of the park. Here we walked around, took some pictures ...
... to get across.We walked about an hour and a half up and an hour back. It goes on forever so you just decide when you want to stop. We saw a snake in the grass when we walked back to the shuttle, pretty cool.
There were 4 huge deers in the camp that night it was lovely, and an elk the night before with the big antlers. They just dont seem phased by anyone.It as soooo fat in the van at night i struggled to sleep! but i didnt like the windows being ...