Holiday Inn Express Green River
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... to 26. We got so loud that the desk clerks asked us to go outside. Not exactly what we wanted as it was beginning to sprinkle outside.
Some of the crew were heading up to 9 mile canyon to view rock art. Others were going to Goblin Valley. Several of us elected to go to Crystal Geyser and then on to Moab. Hans wanted to drive. Why not? He's driven tens of thousands of miles and remembers every one of them, all over the world. So in the car were Hans (Tet14) his ...
... wedged into the cracks of the sandstone cliff walls. Nature was showing us evidence of her power and beauty. When we didn't find Susan after a few minutes we figured that she had turned around and that we'd find her when we got back to where we had left Sue. Sure enough, that's where she was.
Sue was fine and comfortable with crossword puzzles to spare. Susan was keeping her company. We discussed what we should do next. We still had about a half mile hike back to the car. ...
... in the sky and the GCRA was spectacular. I saw only a little evidence of recent rains. A milkshake at Stan's lasted until I arrived at GR. Total time 7 1/2 hours. I was one of the first to get there. The office at Robbers Roost where I was going to be staying was closed for an hour so I went to explore and found the state park, our planned dinner and gathering spot. Got back to the motel, met up with Esty and her DH Walter and we got checked in. Then it was back to the ...
... but apparently it's second only to Grand Canyon or something. So we got there and the entrance fee was $25 per vehicle, which lasts for 7 days. There was a good amount of tourists there, especially elderly American tourists! We walked around some bushes and saw an amazing panoramic view of a stretched out, red canyon. Unlike Grand Canyon, which is more like a big wall, Bryce Canyon had countless chiseled cliffs. I got kind of scared because ...
... a size relationship. They are awesome and tall.
Got a comment from Bill & Wanda and he is right. My camera does have a great zoom feature. It's a Canon SX50HS. The optical zoom is 50X or 24mm to 1200mm. The video is 1080P HD.
This brings our NP adventure to a close as we start our trek home to Michigan tomorrow morning. Now we are taking our time and will be home on the 12th of September.