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We spent two half-days exploring – reviewing walks at Emerald Pools, the Riverside Trail at the extreme north end of Zion Canyon, and Court of the Patriarchs. Some of the walk sections we discarded, but most we were able to meld into a “do-it-yourself” day of enjoying Zion.
The park has an excellent ...
... De route eindigt op een hoogte van 2800 m en dat voelden we toen we wandelden. We deden een stukje van de Navajo trail die 700 m dieper eindigt. Wij waagden ons niet verder dan 50 m diep.
Alles wat we gezien hebben is hier moeilijk te beschrijven. We konden een klein eekhoorntje fotograferen, een soort die ze hier tamia noemen.
Morgen gaan we naar Zion NP en blijven twee dagen in Rockwell. Dan gaan we ons vergapen aan Las Vegas. Cu later alligators.
... ruins of the Anataszi, quite a full day of touring. After a hike thru the formations in Kodachrome Basin, we stayed the night at a KOA campground. We needed to recharge batteries, do laundry, and have a nice shower in a real bathroom. Getting ready for our next big sight, BRYCE ...
... had caves - I'm not sure whether these used to be inhabited but they were called grottos. I think they were formed from natural erosion. Bryce Point was 8300ft above sea level
In the carpark I saw the tallest/largest recreational Vehicle (RV) I have ever seen. It was like an army lorry and was 4wheel drive but the ground clearance was so high you needed steps/ladder to climb into the cab. It was taller than ...
... time. So we are having a lot of fun on this vacation!****
****This story is entirely false. Tim made it up to mess with me and the kids have run with it. So now apparently I’m the person who flexes my muscles on a crowded bus for hours on end while verbally praising my own sculpted arms. Tim claims he saw me flex my arms, this is also false, but feel free to ask him about it, he can give you his side of the story. ~Sharon