Holiday Inn Express Colton
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Preserve. I stayed with the hiking bubble I just met (about 11 hikers). I think some camaraderie will help me and help my body to feel better and less stressed.
We have most of the afternoon to hang around, and we start talking with the rangers. A hiker named GQ asks nicely if we can stay in the info station that night, due to a gnarly snow/rain combo blowing in. The rangers happily oblige and the 12 of us stay inside for a dry night. ...
... in the middle of the desert without water, electricity or sewer hookups. There are no rest rooms, showers or a camp store. Just sand, dirt and scores of other RVs parked in rows hoping their grey and black tanks don't fill up too quickly. What fun that might be!
As we sweltered in the 99 degree day we were slightly mystified as to how we could have only driven 3 ½ hours from the Sedona area where it was barely a high of 80 degrees to ...
... born president to be elected. He was proficient playing 5 different musical instruments. His undergraduate degree was from Whittier College, and he went to Duke University on scholarship for his law degree.
Amongst the many factoids on the President, was one that I felt showed what a strong, decisive leader he was. During the Yom Kippur War, Israel was attacked by arab states during their holy holiday. They suffered huge ...
... and as I was watching one of the workers in a green vest was signaling to anyone who was paying attention -- as I pulled toward him he was yelling "move to higher ground" so we pushed into the closed lane and got out of the now joined solid flood plane. There were a couple of rows of cars behind me and I think they had the ones farther back reverse to get out of that low-lying place where I'd been originally stopped.
It was still raining ...
... the eastern edge of the plateau, ending at Fiftymile Mountain in the southeast. Nowhere else in this remarkable place do the words wind, space, solitude, silence, and distance have as much meaning as here. From Kanab to Bryce the road climbs firstly an alpen type valley before turning east through the red canyons in the Dixie National Forest. Here tunnels and arches in the red canyon fins were carved over 50 years ago to drive ...