Canyons Lodge - A Canyons Collection Property
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... roadside attraction with a petting zoo, a simulated western town, all kinds of tchotchke nick knacks and a very rough Texan lady working the register. Ava found a couple cool key chains (and learned the meaning of a "tourist trap") while Maeve and Heather toured the attractions. On their way out Heather was attacked by a vicious ant (yes one ant) and was beside herself when she got back to the RV. Apparently the huge ant (yes one ...
... amongst each other since there were so many of them.
After showering, breakfasting, and organizing our camping gear to a level that satisfied the most Germanic person in our group (a-hem!), we set out for some hiking. The official entrance to Zion National Park was about a mile (1.6km) down the road from the campsite so we decided to walk (in the 98oF/37oC heat). At the entrance there is a free shuttle that takes you to wherever you might want ...
... canyon so there was something interesting to see in all directions. The temperatures had risen to 94deg at the lower elevations of the valley, which felt a bit brutal after the refreshing weather from a few hours before!
We checked into the hotel, and hit our first snag of the trip. The hotel wouldn’t let us check in with our three dogs (would only allow 1)!! We had already arranged doggie daycare for tomorrow so we could take a day hike. D called them ...
... I’ve finally bought the map… and will mount the map next winter in AZ, and will start sticking those pins of 40 years of travel into that map… and who knows… if I’ve lost a few I might have to go back and get a new one… the map is about 42” x 60” of the US so I hope it has enough room for our adventures….
Jim & Connie and Rowdy too!
Kanab is a small town on the southern edge of Utah, almost to the Arizona border. It was our destination because of The Wave. The Wave is a very awesome looking rock/sandstone formation just over the border in Arizona and it requires a permit to access for hiking. The BLM office in Kanab is where you go for the lottery entry to The Wave, or you can take your chances online six months in advance. We hadn't heard of The Wave six months ago and decided to ...