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... being bigger was bound to be better served. Mistake! We drove the length of town and my suggestion of Subway was vetoed by Monica who wanted lunch at a 'proper restaurant'! So we parked at the only restaurant advertising the largest portions in town, We entered what was effectively a large shed complete with stuffed grizzly bear overlooking the counter. The smell of grease fat should have signalled our departure! However Monica braved out a hamburger and chips and my ...
... is at the junction of the Colorado Plateau, Great Basin and Mojave Desert regions. Zion was established as a National Park in 1919, and expanded in 1956 to include the Kolob Canyons area. With nearly three million visitors a year, Zion is the most heavily used of Utah's five National Parks. It seems most of the three million visitors have chosen to see the park today. The place is filled to the rafters, though it's difficult imagining rafters ...
... flat knacker down some very serious road.
He belted up. Smart boy.
This is the main reason I don't have heaps of photos from the day. There is lots of video. Pretty sure I set a new land speed record for Torrey to Escalante and back again. Double the speed limit for a fair bit of it, overtaking on double lines, all sorts of insanity. I was confident I had scared The Yank senseless but he shocked me by saying I ...
... leading to Capital Reef beautifully. Waterpocket Fold is a fault 100 miles long created 65 million years ago. Early travellers gave it the seaman's term 'reef' for an impassable barrier, hence the name of the park.
Next morning, we left Torrey and took highway 24 which runs alongside the Fremont River, where it cuts through Capitol ...
... com/ShowUserRevi ews-g60758-d518602-r170476194-Slackers- Torrey_Utah.html), and were asleep before the full moon came up. The desert heat had taken it out of us.
Lessons learned today:
1) Even for Midwesterners like us, you can get out and enjoy these very hot, beautiful areas if you're smart about it--go early, wear a hat and sunscreen, and drink WAY more water than you ...