Quality Inn I-15 Red Cliffs
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... strong river current wanting to take you downstream with it!
But the point is to hike upstream against the current which slowly gets narrower and narrower and more beautiful and dramatic too...
Our kit included the latest Adidas Canyoneering Boots, wetsuit style socks and a hiking stick. All essential for being comfortable and getting the maximum grip and balance ...
... news comes in 3's, right? Just wait for the final bad news.
Lunch was pretty good. I had these chicken fingers with maple syrup which was actually not bad and tater tots shaped like Tetris blocks. Obviously frozen food but I was hungry. Poor Harper could barely eat he was upset and had a tension headache.
We left and headed out to our destination...finally! I took over driving for awhile since he was sleepy. We only got like 4 hours of sleep ...
... is summer in the parks is very busy!
· If you are going to travel in the national parks, be aware that at age 62 you can purchase a Lifetime Senior pass for only $10. The pass will get the owner and anyone else in the car into the park free!
· We used tripadvisor.com to check out hotels and restaurants with great success. It directed us to places we may not have chosen on our ...
... the way to sleepy Springdale. Our home for two nights will be a nice lodge just outside the park with a kitchenette so that we can cook for ourselves a bit, and two televisions (because, what else would we want to do in this place?!). Entering the park, we paid our fee to Zion to a clueless ranger (Q: Are there any trails closed due to ice? Answer: I dunno. Q: Is the shuttle bus running? A: I dunno. Really??). Once we got ...
... a place called the Luxor Hotel. Look it up. Today were picking up the van and leaving for Mesa Verde. It's a series of ancient buildings carved in to the side of cliffs by the native Pueblo tribes. We can't wait to get out there. When things are quiet, my mind is starting to drift home to Libby, my mates and family. I miss everyone and can't waitnto see you all again. But 2 weeks is still a lot of time, so the journey continues for a while longer. We'll see you all ...