Cedar Rest Motel
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... on this hike in recent years, this excursion will test my strength and courage. I will be forced to cross waist-high water dozens of times, which will accelerate my leg fatigue. Also, I will meet a bunch of nature lovers and other die hard backpackers and mountain climbers. I do not want to get intimidated by their determination and total passion for what they are probably going to be doing better than I am. Lastly, I hope the novelty won't wear off.
... t in the leaflet! Sadly we didn't see a mountain lion or Pronghorn deer but we did see Stellar's jay, Clark's nutcracker, violet-green swallows, a Utah prairie dog, a Utah chipmunk plus the squirrel and a snake we managed to photograph. There were quite a few people staring at the snake as it crossed a piece of bare earth. It wasn't in any great hurry and one brave guy and stupid Rick went close to take photos, (wrong lens drat it!) and had to get ...
... by towers of the red rock. Time was getting tight, Jen and Sue elected to head back to the lodge, but I decided I wanted to see the upper pools. It was a good 2 km away. At this altitude you have to work hard, but I made it there and back with time to spare, but I was sweating profusely by the time I got back. Jen bought a beautiful coloured brass Christmas ornament in the gift shop. We had a drink and boarded the bus for the spectacular climb out of the ...
... been so used to having things to ourselves that it came as a bit of a surprise but it toughened us up a bit for the shock that was to come in what is called Las Vegas!
We got in late and because it was Easter spring break everyone had the prime spots. It was a crush moving through these overhead walkways that are built to keep people and traffic apart but my guess is they are just designed to ...
... to the rescue again, and somehow he gave her the confidence to let go and slide…with just a bloody elbow to show for it! I managed slightly easier (and quicker!) and came away with just a skinned forearm.
We were nearly at the end of the canyon, and boy was it tight. It was definitely a case of breathe in and don’t get your boobs stuck! Apparently this canyon is a class 3A11, if that means anything to anyone??
It was over far ...