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Early start to miss the 8:30 am road closing outside Kanab. Made it and had time to breakfast at the famous Parry Lodge in Kanab. It was a mother day of beautiful scenery on Hwy 89 South. We spun through Flagstaff and took a one hour tour through historic Riordan mansion. A nice distraction. Scenic drive from there to Sedona. Rick needs a massage …
We chill in the afternoon as the sun is hot today. I find Twilight on cable and make Hinesh watch it with me ha ha ha.
We have an early dinner because we want to catch sunset at the Canyon Lookout. We drive to Zion again and 6 miles into the park we find the trail and the parking lot. I am surprised that I enjoyed this hike. It wasn't the easiest, there are times where you are holding on to a rail and some steps, but it was fun to walk up. ...
... vehicles were not as large as they are today, normally traffic can proceed in both directions. After passing through the tunnel we noticed that the appearance of the mountains was different, the rock was darker, the cliffs and rock face was steeper and there was quite a bit of vegetation. Along the way, on both sides of the tunnel we
stopped at numerous overlooks to gaze out at the mountains and rock formations. We stopped at the visitor’s center and ...
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this will be the last entry from my travels with Mike,as we are now heading for Vegas where it is 40c
Bryce Canyon is full of sandstone rock columns called Hoodoos , and we walked down a trail to the base of these hundreds of feet high, the previous day we walked the rim ...
... second switchback toward some northern pinnacles on the east side of the canyon (don't really know their names) but south of the "Four Patriarchs". While there, the sun broke through the cloud deck to the west and we saw our first traces of "golden light" on this trip.With the light improving, we turned around and went back to the bridge over the Virgin River at the Mount Carmel road junction. We had read this was a favorite spot ...