Willow Creek Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Adjoining Rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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Travel Blogs from Ephraim
... it to get a walking stick-which they rent. Basically, it was just a nice walk along the Virgin River. I could have done just a quarter of a mile. People were in the water enjoying themselves. I just went in to get my feet wet and to get a better picture. The walk back made us tired so we went to the Lodge stop to rest. We sat outside and I bought ice-cream. I talked to a nice lady while her little girls chased a turkey. Den sat in the shade while I went in to the gift shop. When I saw ...
... all the while they were being pulled by the bumps. So if you go: no earrings and bring water that you can strap on-they bring water but only for the stops. Also insist on a helmet- I had asked for one and they told me I didn't need it. Well yeah if you don't turn over.
I took a pain killer before I went to bed so that my poor rattled bones wouldn't keep me awake all night.. This is probably the craziest thing I've ever done but I enjoyed it.
... We were able to go off road and use the 4 wheel drive for the diary time on this trip which was extreemly exciting. We were even more excited when we discovered that we were alone on this lake and there was a pile of dry wood on the shore. In celebration I drove us round and round the beach. Until we were suddenly stuck by the shore. Not only stuck, but stuck in CLAY. Thick natural clay. It's not the first time I have had a vehicle ...
... was at a lovely irish pub followed by camp fire drinks and a very lethal drinking game introduced by the dutch!
Mesa Verde was our next stop where went did a little tour around the ruins but the tour guide was very average and talked forever! It was an interesting place to see though and amazing that it is still standing today... Afterwards we drove on to Sante Fe which is such a gorgeous place! a little what i imagine parts of Spain to be ...
... from route to route, the style varied enough to keep us entertained for two weeks. One day we'd be climbing in a massive cave with ************tal roofs, while the next we'd be in a narrow corridor that runs off the canyon, climbing some super-sustained vertical walls.
One of the interesting features of the cobbles is that sometimes they fall out! On our last day in Maple, we were climbing in a narrow canyon when ...