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... has to say.) We wanted to get to the top of the canyon before dark (remember the road down and I was driving!) so we left about 8:00. Because it was getting dusk, we saw lots if wildlife as we left - many mule deer and desert bighorn sheep. We stopped at many overlooks on our way up and got wonderful pictures. Unfortunately, cameras can take nice pictures but they can't capture the beauty. You all must come here ...
... 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 ...
We had decided the night before to get up early to catch the bus to the head of the Angel's Landing trail and beat all the crowds. It was a good decision because as we were coming down the trail, tons of people were just going up. After packing our backpacks with snacks and lots of water we drove over to the visitor centre to catch the bus. A few years ago they started the shuttle bus service and prohibited vehicles from driving on ...
We slept in a little today and then had a nice camp side breakfast at our picnic table. We headed out at eleven for our drive to Bryce Canyon. Heather drove what ended up being the most scenic and beautiful drive either of us had even taken. We went up a series of extremely exposed switchbacks with incredible views. At the top of the drive we went through a 1.1 mile tunnel (all cars were stopped going the other direction so our RV could fit through the tunnel). ...
With a bit of chill in the air, we had a quiet and peaceful night's sleep in our comfy cabin.
Once everyone was up and ready, we headed to the lodge for breakfast. We were on the late end, and service was a little lax. Tomorrow, we’ll try to get there earlier.
Our first order of business was to drive to the Visitor’s Center to get hiking information. We had read about the "I Hiked the Hoodoos" program. You were ...