Quality Inn I-15 Red Cliffs
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practically seniors and you want your little 10yr daughter to sit down… you can
only imagine Aaron’s ranting in my ear afterwards haha. Of course we let her
sit down as there were other seats anyway… but it was mainly the way she asked
us, like she deserved it more than any other child on the shuttle or any other
We get to our stop which is the last one on the shuttle route, and as we do, the ...
... sight for Ness.
Even after 2 hours with the horses, foals and exploring the ranch - Ness had to shake us all awake to start our first day in Zion National Park.
We had a lovely breakfast on our veranda and could see the huge mountains of the park towering in the distance. We couldn't wait to jump in Mr.T and explore....
The prominent feature of the park is ...
... national park, set up camp and took a break. After a while we decided to drive through the tunnel that goes between Zion and Bryce. Dad's truck could not go through without and escort (more than 7ft 10 inches wide). So we took the rental truck, which only had 3 seats so Mom stayed back with the dogs. The road up to the tunnel is winding but amazing. The views are breath taking. When we got to the tunnel we had to wait a while as a ...
... was an acorn woodpeaker which gets its name due to the bird pushing acorns into the trees bark to store for the winter. Then the hummingbird was fasinating as I have never been able to observe one for so long. They are extremely flawless and quick. This particular hummingbird had its nest near by and needless to say they are extremely small and intokitly made out of cottonwood. Needless to say I liked Zion but it has little diversity for ...
... the 7.00am shuttle bus to get up there before the crowds .
08/04 Have a sleepless night worrying about getting up early (as I am rubbish at getting up early) and in attempting the Angles hike as it look really hard core . We get all our kit ready the night before so we can get on the first shuttle at 7.00 . Glad I packed some thermals for the star gazing as certainly need them this morning I sprint over to the "bunker" as ...