Village of Many Nations
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... showers are right next to the microbrewery (same owner maybe?) with an outside patio so we were able to take turns while we had some drinks and appetizers, then stayed for a nice dinner.
The visitors here are amazed by the squirrels and deer. This woman on our tour yesterday shrieked every time we passed one. They are very common (just like Bay Village) and very accustomed to people - ...
... carving out of the rock where the pool was beautiful. It was just great to be IN the park - to be experiencing it and taking pictures from the trail along the way.
We had no idea how hot it was - we learned it had reached 101 that day. We spent time under the trees and taking in a snack and just enjoying being in this amazing park. The highest point is only about 4200 feet, but the ...
... because we know we’re going to be getting some sweaty hikes done
today. We end up heading off around 10am and drive straight to the Visitor
Center to park and catch the shuttle again. I wanted to do another long hike
called “The Narrows” which was about 9.4miles round trip. But we find ourselves
driving around the car park twice, there are no parks. And of course, we didn’t
realise it’s now 10:30am and every one is ...
... we lose an hour.
We shower, eat breakfast, enjoy complimentary coffee and jump straight on the road. It only takes just over 2hours to get to Zion, and we get told all the campgrounds within the park are full. So the ranger provides us with information on some other campgrounds outside the park. We check out the map and realise Zion is super tiny in comparison so it’s only going to take us 30mins to drive through it. We head towards the East ...
... due to lack of signs, we pick up 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 ...