Quality Inn I-15 Red Cliffs
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... canyon to walk The Narrows, which involves a lot of wading through water up to about mid-thigh depth, over rocks. It is described as walking on slippery bowling balls but it wasn't that bad, I used my walking pole and didn't fall over. Much of it was in shade and the water was cold so it was a nice way to cool down. I even met a family from Perth (Bedford) who have been travelling in the US for 6 weeks, and I was the first Perth person they'd met! Most of the ...
... had nothing to hold onto, just pushing
your toe against the tiniest bump of rock and pushing and pulling
your body upwards through sheer determination. Brian and Matt
encouraged us to go further when we wanted to quit, and we persevered
through shaking arm and hand muscles. The kids did the best and
mastered every climb. Bob and I stopped just short on the last, most
difficult climb, just could no longer find any holds. I was proud of
us, and then we ...
... there wasn’t a smooth surface anymore for which to attach the mirror. Also, we were told that the windshield had to be less than 70° for the glue to stick. Given it was already over 100°, that wasn't going to happen. They even suggested icing the window down.
We decided to duct tape the mirror to the windshield. Seemed like it would work, but with all of the vibration and heat, it just wasn’t. So ...
... visited the Northwest corner of Zion—Kolob Canyons—described in the National Geographic Guide as "one of the most spectacular and most accessible regions of the park [but] also one of the least visited." We had to see it and haven't regretted it.
Our timing was perfect because we got there late afternoon. Aside from the traffic jam, we had ...
... Welcome to Las Vegas sign for the obligatory group photo. And then, to the hotel drop off and that was that. Our goodbyes said the tour has ended and we are now back on our own devices. Our tour guide, Amanda Neiman from Grand American Adventures (even though the tour was booked through Peregrine in Australia) was an absolute star and we would recommend any tour she is leading. A mile walk to the Carriage House Hotel and our next adventure ...