Village of Many Nations
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... cool and swift but usually not more than knee deep. I walked for about 3 hours through the canyon over slippery and often unstable boulders to get to a narrow section of The Narrows known as Wall Street. At this point my legs and knees were beginning to feel sore and unsteady so I turned around to make the journey back to my ...
... in the trees with a view of the amazing sheer sandstone cliffs behind.
We've decided that southern Utah is almost entirely made of sand - some of it loose, like a desert, but most of it compacted into sandstone in a vast range of shades, from pure white, through yellow, orange, coral, pale ...
... the parking lot. I knew my chances didn’t look good. Last week when I was here people must have known better than to come because of the storm that was blowing in and the potential for flash floods proved far too dangerous to attempt this hike. I walked into the lottery drawing room and filled out an application among 100 other people. I was too anxious to sit, so I stood in the back in anticipation of hearing number 24 called. There were only 10 spots for ...
... a new game plan. I decided to head an hour away to Zion and as soon as I arrived my day took a turn for the best!! The drive through the park was unlike anything I had ever experienced before. Huge canyons were surrounding me, and I drove through a 1.1 mile pitch black tunnel, which was quite a ride! I eventually found a spot in the parking lot at the other end of the park and geared up for my hike. You have to ride a bus to access the ...
... landmarks and can linger as long as you like then get back on to the shuttle and continue to the next landmark. Each stop has tall, and I mean tall rock walls that go straight up. Some rise over 2,000 ft above you. We start our ride about 9:30.
The Three Patriarchs are in brilliant sunlight this morning and is a great sight. Christina will recognize my t-shirt from Real Life. Next is ...