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It is Sept. 28th and we are still in Sedona instead of at Zion National Park as planned on our schedule. On Wednesday the 17th we were 15 miles from Sedona in the RV when after getting to the bottom of a steep and long grade there was a beeping tone we had never heard before. Then a grinding sound as Jon drove the rig to a stop on the side of the highway. He thought it might be a problem with the tow car, but ...
... of the shuttle bus line.
as we waited for the sun to go down, the peace and quiet was spoiled by loud voices from those not truly understanding the awesomeness of this place. One woman was busily yakking to her older child, she neglected to oversee her toddler who was merrily climbing through the fence much to our consternation. Thank goodness some one alerted the mother!
Eagles were ...
... spent our time drinking in the vista and taking photos. The photos we post will tell the tale plus the TV documentaries you have seen especially the Dan Snow trip following the steps of John Wesley Powell. Nothing compares with that first sight ...a real moment of awe and wonder. We drove around a little, stopping frequently to walk and take photos, then we took the shuttle bus ...one of those hop on hop off buses that take the route the cars can't. All went well till a tyre ...
... and somewhat clean. At $30 you get what you pay for. Still better then Darwin base Accommodation. I unload and relax for a little bit. After sitting for hours on the drive, I needed to hit the gym. I got ready and did a drive through the main streets of town first, the went to the gym south of town. It was the biggest Anytime Fitness I'd been to yet, and the busiest. Some guys were just hanging in there and doing nothing but talking to their buddies. ...
... Collin Fletcher's 1968 trek inside the rim of the park boundary, which at the time was about 1/3 of the canyon. Hiking the length of the canyon seems impossible. Maybe that is why Fletcher's book started the U.S. backpacking industry. He is the father of trekking. The views are spectacular and change dramatically with the shadows. If you stay in one place, just the shift in shadow reveal a whole new view every few minutes. It's impossible to capture on film, it's ...