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... but the weather was perfect and due to the low miles, we could take our time and just enjoy the journey. Many breaks were taken to just appreciate the view.
After the hike, it was time to get some groceries, truely settle into the condo and do some relaxing. The cows on the front lawn were funny to us the first time we saw them, by the time we left, it became a 'normal' site to see cows free grazing around ...
... became more diverse, from the cacti of the Arizona and Nevada deserts, we were now encountering deciduous green trees and grasslands. The area was cultivated and turned into land that could be farmed by the Mormons, and 50% of the population here is still Mormon.
We soon arrived at our lunch spot for the day. It was our first experience of cooking and preparing as a group, and it was an awkward beginning, each person being too polite to take too much food, and doing ...
We were disappointed to have missed hiking the Narrows trail so we decided to try it this morning. Our plan was to hike in the morning, then come back to town for showers and lunch and then drive to Bryce Canyon National Park, our next stop, in the afternoon. Joanne and Dan decided to opt out of this hike so Jon, Elizabeth, Reig and I carried on without them. We had rented neoprene boots and socks the day before ...
... to do that once more was enough motivation for Noah to endure the 100-degree Fahrenheit hikes. The pictures tell the story far better than we could, but suffice to say that river playing should be part of every childhood.
In the evening, we drove on to Cedar City as all the hotels around Zion--predictably I suppose--had no vacancies. ...
This morning we entered Zion National Park from the east entrance. As we traveled along Zion-Mount Carmel Highway, there were endless cliffs made of Navajo sandstone. Then we drove through a 1-mile tunnel which has 6 windows that provides a preview.
Our next stop was the White Mountain Trading Post in Mount Carmel Junction, Utah. It was a ...