Days Inn Hurricane/zion National Park Area
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... tadpoles… even in August in the desert can be seen. The resiliency of these desert creatures is quite spectacular. After seeing the Emerald Pools we continued down the trail to another shuttle pick-up, in which we took back to the visitor center. Since the day was still young we decided to get cleaned up and head into town for a good meal and a stroll through some of the local shops. The town of Springdale has 38 restaurant and several local artist ...
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Woke up early and got coffee. Headed back to Zion and took bus to end and back. Did short hike to Upper and Lower Emerald Pools. Too hot, overloaded by days of Utah awesomeness. Off to Grand Canyon.
... breakfast at our table. Then we headed out at about 9. On the way we went on the Zion Canyon road – very twisty and a crazy long (1 mile) tunnel! Every once in a while there would be a large “window” carved out of the rock and we could see an incredible view. This road goes to the east side of the park. The rock/topography is a little different there – called Slickrock. This part of the park is home to Big Horn Sheep! No ...
... have died since 2004 (how reassuring). Angel’s landing is a trail up steep rocks that gets as narrow as 3 feet wide in some parts with thousand feet drop offs on either side. The path is so steep and challenging that there are chains nailed along the path to hold onto and help keep you balanced (or grab as you fall off). It gave me confidence when I saw a middle-aged man carrying a baby on his back because if he could do it, I could do ...
10:30pm. Friday, May 15th.
Harper calls me from his ride home from work and asks me how I am and if I wanted to do anything that night. I had just stuffed a refried-bean-filled burrito and dessert burrito in my belly and wasn't particularly feeling like going out. I told him I was feeling full and that I wasn't really expecting to go out. He hesitated before asking if I would want to possibly head out that night to go to Zion. I was flat-out stunned. What? ...