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... out "windows" which give the odd shaft of light. We only did a little part of the other side before turning around and heading back to the hotel.
We stopped at Albertson's to pick up some diet tonic and vodka but no liquor to be found. Utah's alcohol laws are very different to California - you can't buy beer over 3.3% alcohol and you can only buy liquor from state licensed liquor stores that have rather limited hours. A complete contrast to California where ...
... are no towns out there. And by the way... there is a huge hill to climb first just to get out of Hurricane, and... it will be dark in half an hour. How fast can you go on that thing?" she questioned while driving the point home.
She spoke with such genuine concern that I now find myself writing after midnight from the Willow Wind Campground, just a few blocks from McDonald's. The nice woman made me quit for the night.
On to Zion National Park today but our first stop was breakfast at the Cracker Barrel that is just 10 minutes down the road. The drive to the park was only 45 minutes or so from St. George. The high mountains were stunning and humbling. A few spots of snow could still be seen along the cliffs. We even met a fellow Texan who offered to take our picture. A favorite sight today was all the wildlife in the park. ...
... through my head, then. Funny now - not then! I did manage to run the last half mile and finished in a very pedestrian 4:26. I said I'd never run a marathon EVER again.
So, a month later, I signed up for my second one. Why? I knew I could do better. So, I did the next one under 4:00 hours in Fargo, ND. I was hooked.
Yep - if you've read this far - this has nothing to do with St. ...
... of 13000' (~4km). The Virgin River then began the process of cutting through the sandstone to make Zion Canyon. This took a long long long long time.
People have been enjoying the scenery here for over 8000 years. Anasazi, Paiute, Ute, and Spanish missionaries have all been here. Eventually in the late 1800's the Mormons showed up and made a valiant attempt to give everything names of a significant grandeur ...