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... 8212;National Park rules) Turns out we will need to
make two trips to fit the 2 smaller Tsunami kayaks in one trip, and
the larger 2-man Tsunami and the rest of the paddles, PFD's, pumps,
etc. Bob deposits Claire and Deb and a mound of gear in the
intense heat by the Stateline launch ramp and we proceed to try to
stuff our drybags of food, tents, dry clothes, etc into the small
kayak hatches while Calder and Bob go back for the two-man.
The purpose of life, at the easiest least complex level should be said like this. The purpose of life is to enjoy life and bring enjoyment to others. After this we make this way more complex. Because it really doesn't seem that easy. Mostly because enjoyment is affected by ...
We saw the lake from a distance and the incredible contrast of the bright blue water color as it met the red hues from the rockwork, drew us in. Of course we had to stop. I would have liked to rent a boat for the day and go explore the area but the walk from the car to the beach area had me really breathing heavy and almost wiped ...
... son and I'll make you a star."
"Beer is for breakfast around here, drink or be gone."
"A bartender is the aristocrat of the working class."
"A man will always be judged on the amount of alcohol he can consume. And a woman will be impressed, whether she likes it or not."
"Coughlin's Diet: Cocktails and dreams."
"Never tell tails about a woman, she'll hear you no mater how far away she is."
"Never show surprise, never lose your ...
... it was so unreal. Truly a beautiful and well worth stop.
(We ended up losing half our group and our Navajo tour guide in the canyon somewhere but we believe they emerged from the canyon about 10 minutes after we did so it was all good) ;-)
Alas we had to leave and move on but we arrived in good time at the 'Zion Ponderosa Ranch Resort' to camp down for the night before a day of hiking in Zion National Park tomorrow.....