Days Inn - Hurricane
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... the first sign of an oncoming flash flood is the change in the water color. The whole way up, I was thinking we should probably just ride back down and go the the museum. Once at the top, at least the sun came out. We started down the Riverside Walk path along with a couple thousand other "hikers". I was still nervous about what to expect having never been on this hike before. Looking at all the other people traveling this same route, it didn't look like they were ...
... volcanoes caused the plateaus. Snow melt (Bryce is at 8K feet elevation and has harsh winters), monsoon rains and wind caused the plateaus to erode. As the plateaus erode, the capstone is the last to erode. The sides of the plateau erode first because of the ************e, causing “Fins.” The fins become “windows” as the sides erode though. Finally the very ************e erodes causing “Hoodoos.” The ...
... through Las Vegas. We decided to skip over Las Vegas to save our money and our dignity for some other day. Around 1 in the morning, we decided we had been on the road long enough and stopped at the luxurious Palms Spring Motel (and by luxurious I mean the most run down, sketchy, disgusting motel I’ve ever stayed in). Okay, maybe it wasn’t that bad except we found it a little bit peculiar that for our deposit, they took ...
... tunnels. Immediately after the tunnels we stopped and walked a mile to an "overlook" and were rewarded with more stunning views of Zion National Park.
The photos are a mix of when we were in the canyon and when we were looking back from the east side. Because we try to time our photos you don't get the idea of the crowds!
Wildlife Watch: mule eared deer, squirrels, blue jays
Zion- an awe inspiring place.
... to savor every moment. We ended up shedding our jackets not long into the hike. It was warming up in spite of the cool water. The neoprene socks helped keep our feet warm and the boots were helpful walking across the slick rocks. We made it to Wall Street and Orderville Canyon in about 1 hr. 45 minutes. Time had flown! Wow, it was chilly in Wall Street. The canyon walls eliminated most of the sun. It would be perilous to be in this part of the canyon in a flood! You ...