Grand Lodge At Brian Head
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Today we got more adventurous and left the all beginner mountain called Navajo and went to Giant Step which Maya liked to call Giant Foot. We met up most of the day with the gang and skied more challenging runs! Maya's a pro! Tonight was our turn to cook... Japanese curry! Good comfort food after a ski ...
... Yorker who now lived in Washington DC. It was a real eclectic mix of languages, and ages, and it looked set to be an interesting trip.
We wound our way along snaking roads, with huge drop offs on either side. It was a five hour journey to our first destination of the tour Zion National Park - but the tour leader, Jen, kept us up to speed with the geology and geography of the area as we drove. We passed through Arizona, stopping at a huge out-of-town Walmart to pick ...
... offs. South of Boulder there is a 2 mile 8% grade and 1 mile of 12% grade. You finish with a 2 mile 8% drop into Bryce Canyon.
This drive just gets better each mile, the scenery changes with each curve.
Bryce is home to the Hoodoos. According to an Indian story a HooDoo is a bad person turned to stone by the Coyote. On closer examination I do believe ...
Heading for the campground an hour from the south rim of the Grand Canyon. Stopped at the Glen Canyon Dam which created Lake Powell. Enjoyed reading about the building of the dam and looking at all the photos in the visitor center. Almost didn't make the turn into the parking lot here, very narrow, but the master driver handled it just fine! Sunny, windy day. Left to head for ...
... and thawing. Fascinating to see, and colorful. Again, the fun is in the hike! And boy did we hike! We weren't sure after the hiking the day before. We had some tired legs. But how often do you get to hike among hoodoos? So after walking along the rim we had our lunch first, put on the sunscreen and took lots of water and headed down. The weather was warm but not too warm, very sunny. It was Fathers a Day. Lots ...