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... shop in the middle of town), and then I put myself back together once again in the parking lot. I found a cozy little coffee shop that made the most amazing turkey wrap, and I watched the sunset over the cliffs with an 87 degree breeze blowing through my long wavy hair, while settling down to type this out. Tonight I will be camping in this perfect weather, so sleeping under the stars is a must. Good night moon. Good night stars. Good night world. See you in the morning. ...
... under these conditions and
warnings posted everywhere tell of the devastation and death that
can be caused if a flash flood occurs. Basically, they can happen at
any time without warning, particularly after recent storms, and will
send a wall of water, rocks and uprooted trees through the tight slot
canyons. Basically, if a flash flood comes, we are all dead. There
is no way we could get out in time, especially with the precarious
footing. It is not to ...
... getting weary of national parks. But after stretching their legs, and getting a little water in them, they started getting into climbing the rocks. If you stayed in the shade, it really wasn’t too bad.
We spent about an hour hiking all around this area, Mark snapping many pictures, Josie and Mac practicing their climbing. This park is very beautiful, with dramatic scenery, but was getting more and ...
... too incredible to describe in words, or to capture in a photograph or video. Zion National Park would be one of those places. While standing amongst the towering red cliffs and sweeping vistas you feel like a tiny speck of insignificance in a stunning, serene landscape. As Tanya aptly stated, “it’s hard to capture the Everything of it all.” Nevertheless, we tried to document our spectacular hikes and the magnificent scenery with a few (hundred) photographs. ...
... start with breakfast in the room and then onto the shuttle bus. In the town of Springdale where our hotel is located, there are free shuttle buses running every 5-7 minutes that take you to the National Park entrance (10 minutes). From there you catch another free shuttle which drops you of at whatever walk/trek trail head you want. These shuttles just loop all day and you never wait more than a couple of minutes. Our plan is to take ...