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... wonderful backdrop. From here we travelled north into the Glen Canyon National Recreation Area to the north east of the Grand Canyon. This afternoon we will enjoyed the Antelope Canyon Cruise providing an up-close opportunity to view the narrow, colorful, and sculpted geology of the lower end of Lake Powell. This high-walled ...
... like sticking needles in my eyes however, I was hugely grateful for the early start later because the heat was seriously intense by 9 am. To say that this hike was intense is an understatement, walking steep inclines, wiggle switch backs and scrambling along the cliff edge....(Lisa if you are reading this, it was harder than the temple we climbed in Krabi) so check out Angels Landing, Zion National Park to see. Reaching the top rewarded us with the most amazing views over ...
Being out on the open road for so long really got me thinking about time. With today being the anniversary of my friend Jacquie's death, and also finding out the devastating news that a friend from high school was killed in a shooting, it put everything into perspective. So many of us spend so much of our lives running from one thing to the next - living this predictable routine - and somehow forgetting to actually ...
... full of real people and we were back on the road (lucky they worked Sundays!)
It worked out well as our path ahead was to pass through Death Valley, with steep highways leading in and out of the valley to below sea level, and blistering temperatures - it was great to have the R.V serviced and in good order.
Until this point we have seen pockets of desert like scenery but been looking forward to the real thing and Death Valley didn't disappoint! We ...
Packing up our site, we drove back
through the Mount Carmel Tunnel to the eastern side of Zion, with the
smooth orange slickrock. Saw a group of seven big horn sheep, hiked
a bit, but need to make time to make it to Lake Powell to pick up our
kayaks. Drove through the intense heat of southern Utah past the
Grand Staircase Escalante area and nothing but rocks, rocks, and more
rocks. When you cross the border into Arizona and a tiny bit of blue
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