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... to be packed up and loaded into,the truck so landing in an area the truck can access is a must. We followed as the balloon drifted farther and farther away from town. Let me just say, I have seen a lot of Panguitch! Even Gary, the local character said "I have never been down this street before ". So now I am on the back of Gary's ATV holding on for dear life with one hand, holding the two way radio with the other and we are speeding down dirt roads to ...
It is again in the low 30's. We drove to Cedar Breaks National Monument which is just a few miles from the resort. We used Peggy's Park Pass again, so there is no fee. This is also the first day it is opened for the summer. I arranged it so we could be there on this day.
It is very windy and very cold. The wind cuts through us. We walked to the Visitor Center. While Peggy and Linda talked to ...
... of times we crossed the creek but lost track. There are two homestead cabins on the trail. The cabins were built in the early 1900's. At the end of the trail is the Double Arch Alcove. The large alcove is multi-colored and deep. We met Ron, an attorney originally from NJ who now lives within 100 miles of all of us sisters. We found him at one of the creek crossings, and he stayed with us for the rest of the hike to and from the arch. ...
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 wanted so it was already quite hot-but with a backpack of water and a snack we were ready! We saw waterfalls, some flowers, and walked through a short tunnel or "split" which was "cool" literally. As we got closer to the Lodge the trail became busy and it was getting hotter. However, we felt inspired by a man walking using crutches who had only one leg-he didn't seemed ...