Travelodge Hurricane Zion National Park Area
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... shop in the middle of town), and then I put myself back together once again in the parking lot. I found a cozy little coffee shop that made the most amazing turkey wrap, and I watched the sunset over the cliffs with an 87 degree breeze blowing through my long wavy hair, while settling down to type this out. Tonight I will be camping in this perfect weather, so sleeping under the stars is a must. Good night moon. Good night stars. Good night world. See you in the morning. ...
It's been a long, long time since I've written anything on the blog page so here goes. Last anyone heard was///we were in Mendocino visiting with Kate and Pat. From there we went to their home via the redwood forest and stayed in Geyserville for a few nights. Oh what fun we had, meeting new friends, dinner out and just relaxing. Then on to see and meet Shelly Adcock, Tim's sister. We stayed ...
... it inexplicably. (We have had a number of losses which will appear in an appendix) W e looked everywhere, the ranger said she would renew the pass if we went back to B&B and got receipt, There was a prospect of only Anne doing the driving and Tom baffled - pickpockets? Not in a national park said the ranger (slightly put out).
We were practically on the bus when James poked about in a bin and found ...
... and enveloped in a tiny Big Agnes Seedhouse SL2 tent, but in my confusion and anxiety, I thought I was trapped in some kind of cocoon of death. My eyes darted around trying to find a way out in complete darkness. I unzipped my bag and sat up only to hit my head on the walls of the tent. I was suffocating and having an anxiety attack as I felt around blindly. Drifting out of my nightmare, my eyes adjusted to the darkness. I ...
... the car, precariously balanced on the lens cap in order to make the picture straight, and turned on the timer. Just then a car pulled up behind us on the roadside and a couple emerged who offered to take the photo for us instead. We got talking to them and it turns out they were from Israel and traveling through the USA for several months. Tanya and I made the mistake of divulging our profession, and soon we were regaled with animated stories of their cat back home. We ...