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... or atke right and head to Heaven -- Zion National Park.
What the heck, its only 2 or 3 hours more, so we headed to the right and to one of the most beautiful areas of the world -- Zion National Park.
From Lone Rock we drove through the colorfull Pariah red rock country to Kanab, Utah, where we had to make a choice of which route to take to Zion.
One route, to the right, the shortest and most ...
... American Restoration". The staff is friendly and offer a tour of their shop. Old soda machines and coolers are everywhere all shiny and new; next stop "Pawn Stars". There's a line to get in so we are satisfied with a drive by. "Counting Cars" shop is said to be small, unfortunately, we were unable to find it. Sara wants to see the "strip", its hot and there is plenty of traffic for mid day but Mark and the chief chug along. All the glitz and glamour ...
... unhooked the water until it warmed up this morning. The snow on the roof of the coach is still melting and running down the windows. It's a reminder of our roots, so to speak. Oh, I did get Sooby's windows washed so we can find our way into town tomorrow. A nice salty, nasty, black residue courtesy of the MT....aw forget it. You know what I mean.
We slept well with just a couple of space heaters humming away. No need for the furnace ...
... 8211; not my idea of camping!, but good to know ...
The next day started with a wonderful breakfast at the Capital Reef Cafe. Veggie omelet with lots of veggies and home made bread, Barb had the breakfast burrito which again was loaded with veggies. We lingered over coffee and tea, enjoying the ambiance and people watching.
This day was going to be scenic overload, first we headed over Boulder Mountain, with its fall colors in full glory. Next we drive down the "Devils ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center