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After a good night's sleep, we took our time packing up and getting ready to leave for Springdale. We enjoying strolling to breakfast in the crisp, cool air knowing that we would be seeing 95 degree temps in Zion.
The lodge dining room was busy, but not packed. The service was not so great this time around and the waiter didn't seem to …
... so that there is less automobile traffic throughout the park. I like that idea. The more remote the better in my book. When I finally made it to my first trail, I was a bundle of ecstatic energy. My adrenaline was soaring, and my spirits were lifted. I started out on what I thought was a moderate trail, but it soon became apparent that I was on an extremely difficult trail. I accidentally took a wrong turn and ended up hiking Angels Landing. ...
... the intense heat, then we headed into the
town of Springdale, right outside the park entrance to visit the
local rock shop to check out the huge chunks of ores, glass, and
geodes on display, and to grab a cold drink while using the free wifi
at a cafe. We fit in a hike on the Emerald Pools Trail before more
storms drove us home for a late dinner. This will be our third night
here, the longest we will be in one place, and we are packing up
again in the ...
... in line to check out, she asked if any of them had ever had a rearview mirror fall off the windshield. One man had had this happen. He suggested we go to the Car Quest just the next strip center over and purchase a kit. Cheryl thanked him, and we went to Car Quest.
Car Quest did have the kit, and we purchased that and some duct tape for good measure. The kit looked complicated, to say the least. We were ...
... kicked the dead squirrel out of the way and splashed in chest-deep. This was hilarious and awful. By the last rappel and 6 hours of canyon, we were ready to clean off the grime and relax. As we approached the highway where we were planning on hitching a ride to the car, we heard splashing and laughing. We walked up on a bunch of locals jumping into a pristinely clean natural pool. Logan and ...