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Another day on the road! The scenery was very varied today - we started in the desert, with temps of around 95F. Then it got rockier, and we climbed up through some amazing mountains reaching thousands of feet above sea level. Gradually it became greener - we saw real grass, and cattle!! Our first in a few ...
... Centre, had a look around in the shop & small museum & then the 22 min video on the canyon. From here we drove to the other viewpoints not included this morning. Our first stop was Paria Point which was a large amphitheatre of hoodoos and extensive view over the surrounding plateau areas. Much of the canyon is limestone & sandstone indicating the area was originally a sea. The Navajo sandstone was formed from ancient sand dunes. This was made ...
... cleaned up and catching up with e-mail and the blog updates in the lobby, since Wifi is not available in the cabins. Mac and Josie spent their time in the lobby playing Minecraft (Mac) and Animal Jam (Josie).
Most of the afternoon was spent in the lobby, Mark working on his photos, Cheryl working on the blog and reading, Josie playing Animal Jam. Our house/dog sitter has been sending wonderful updates from home, and today she sent ...
... to do some photo sorting before bed.
A few afterthoughts...
*When you don’t know what you’re doing and a horse decides to trot/canter, it’s actually pretty hard to hold on!
*Horses are really quite smelly and they will do their business absolutely anywhere (watch out for the spray!)
*Riding isn't necessarily relaxing but actually quite tiring & painful.
... flowing from it. It was a wonderful sight to see a waterfall and fast flowing stream here in the desert. Continuing along the scenic byway we passed through landscapes ranging from mountain valleys to high alpine forests with vistas of beautiful rock formations and cliffs of several colors. Most of the road runs through the “Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument” and the “Dixie National Forest” which are both wilderness ...