Willow Creek Inn
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Monday morning we hiked the Navajo Loop and Queens trail in Bryce Canyon. The trail was beautiful and peaceful with lots of shade and trees. We probably stopped at half the trees on the hike to look at them and to take pictures. The weather was great because we started early enough and only towards the end of the trail did it start getting hot. The last part was a steep hike up that zigzags and I felt a ...
... pass - I’ve never been so happy to be 62 years old!) to get to Springdale.
We checked into the Cable Mountain Lodge in Springdale. It is BEHIND the theater - we had such a hard time finding it not knowing this. This was not our first choice but our number one choice was fully booked so they suggested this hotel. We were very happy with it. They gave us free tickets to the show at the I-max theater and since it was just starting we went in and saw the show.
... them to come back. When they checked it they said I blew the belt. Thank God it happened on the dirt road and not on an incline. We had to move it off the road. They were very nice about it. They continued the trip and left my UTV. So I road with Denis for the rest of the way up. Right after the sunset we headed back since the guys had to come back to fix the belt. On the way back Steve drove both of us (much faster than I did.) I tried to take a video but ...
We explored the red sandstone topography at Arches after going gaga over nature at Yellowstone national park. We were at Moab,Utah for 2 days to visit the Arches, Canyonlands & Dead horse national parks. Moab is a small town in Utah which is around 200 miles from Salt Lake City. We stayed at a B&B called Desert Hills. It's a quaint and beautiful place managed by a great couple called Anne & Vic. They took good care of us and we felt ...
... check just to make sure.
Now I play the waiting game. And after I've found out where I'm placed, I start playing again. I'm sure AmeriCorps makes everyone jump through hoops on purpose but that doesn't stop me from just wanting to be accepted already!
As an end note I'd like to say I'm sorry to anyone whose reading, this entry is not as neat nor as cohesive as I'd like but it'll do I suppose.