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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 …
... This time though, we volunteered at the Bunny house, and at Horse Haven and Piggy Paradise. We arrived at the Bunny house a little late, due to the snow and ice on the road to the sanctuary. We had to clean out all of the bunny indoor enclosures. Some of the bunnies were really hard to get out of their enclosures, so the caretaker told us to try to hug/pick them up. This scared the bunnies away, and ...
... high up on the side of a cliff. We got back on the trail and walked along the Virgin river. We stopped under a shade for picnic lunch. It started to get warm but we walked to the end of the trail which is beside Mt. Carmel Highway. We viewed the river and headed back. We ate a light supper of soup, crackers and snickers before going on the Ride With a Ranger. This was a fun and informative way to see the park. The first stop was at the Zion Human History Museum. We ...
... to the magnificence of this place. The landmarks reflect feelings of reverence with names like: Angels Landing, the Great White Throne, Altar of Sacrifice, the West Temple and the Court of the Patriarchs: Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob. Zion was named a National Park in 1919.
The parks main drive is only 6 miles long and is only accessed by free shuttle bus. You stop about every 7 minutes at ...
... even the full 'super' moon is just a pale hazy circle.
Some unique American things I've noticed: the toilets are quite a bit lower down than ours - would be very tricky for anyone with a bad back; a lot of the toilets in these country areas are very water efficient - sucking more than flushing!; the ads on TV for trying different medicines for things like cholesterol, etc, as well as ones by lawyers if you took certain medicines and could sue over the effects.