Baymont Inn And Suites St. George Northeast
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We had many free comps from playing the MyVegas game, so we took them as buffets. Five days in a row we had buffets! Spending the week with Aunt Kay and Uncle Jim. We are eating well!
... with the hoodoos. Again, I am so impressed by the extreme blue skies. We picked up a trail guide at the Visitors Center and stopped at the all the numbered spots along the way. One mentioned the aroma of the pines, so I took the opportunity to take a whiff of the bark. Actually, I took a lot of whiffs! They smell so good! Some of the tress imparted more of a butterscotch aroma, while others were more vanilla scented. We only encountered a handful of people on this hike. ...
Day 13. When I opened my eyes this morning I found myself wrapped completely from head to toe in a cocoon in my sleeping bag. I discovered that it was only 38 degrees out once I checked the temperature. Later today I will find myself hiking in the 98 degree heat. It’s crazy how much the temperature and weather can fluctuate within one day out here. Luckily I went to bed with four layers on, so I was none the less for wear. I scrambled to get my camp packed up ...
... the ziplines to go. Two different
ziplines, the first 600 feet and the other one even longer, climbing
down rickety ladders and trusting Brian and Matt to catch us and help
us out at the other end. It was pretty awesome. Back at the shop
Calder attempted a free T-shirt challenge that required climbing up,
across the ceiling of their indoor rock wall, than back over the
ceiling and down again. He almost made it but is just too short yet
to make some of ...
... as possible. Plus, the earlier we arrived, the cooler it might be.
Arriving at Arches, we skipped getting the national park sign photo, skipped stopping at the Visitor's Center, and headed to the main arch viewing area. It was a beautiful day, but getting hotter. We got the last legal parking spot and took a hike up to see the arches. Mac and Josie were a little crabby, as it was hot, they were tired, and ...