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... where looking for a place that is safe for the balloon to land. Finally out on some service road where the locals go to fire guns, Gene's balloon bounced down in a field of sagebrush. Before they came down Gene told the riders "We are coming in hot, bend your knees". They came in hot alright. Not just once but several bounces. They were bouncing on tall sage bushes causing them to break under the pressure of the balloon. Gene was trying to use his air ...
... the bottom of an arid drainage basin or badland. Hoodoos typically consist of relatively soft rock topped by harder, less easily eroded stone that protects each column from the elements. They generally form within sedimentary rock or volcanic rock.
We stopped at the Visitor's Center at Kolob Canyons. We used Peggy's National Park Park which allowed the three of us entry at no charge.
Kolob Canyons is located in the ...
In the morning it was 37 degrees. We dressed for the day and drove to Denny's in Cedar City for breakfast. We then went to Walmart for grocery shopping. We returned to the condo.
Then my sisters and I went for a short hike on the Hidden Haven Trail. The trailhead is in Parowan Canyon and located on National Scenic ...
We entered in our Jeep via the Mt. Carmel Highway, through both tunnels, past "the checkerboard" mountain and many other beautiful canyon features. The Visitor Center reminded us of Disney World-we almost ran screaming back to the Jeep. We took a deep breath and found our way to a shuttle to go to the Zion Lodge. Here we began our hikes at the Emerald Pools Trails. We started ...
... stark and contrasts were extreme. We returned in the evening, nearer sunset, in hopes of better lighting conditions, but the sky remained cloudless, with nothing to diffuse the stark light, leaving us with only a handful of truly pleasing photos.
After staying the night in Panguitch, the nearest town, we headed the following day to our next destination, Zion National Park.