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... to the hotel John managed to buy a bottle of wine at a rest stop location. Yay!
Dinner at the hotel was much improved over the night before. At least the hot food was hot. We had salad, chicken, potatoes and green beans and cheesecake for dessert.
We viewed a DVD about Sequoia/Kings Canyon National Parks and then it was time to turn in. The next day we would head to Yosemite, our major goal for this trip!
... uphill climb with steps carved in the rock sometime two feet high. We
walked and walked until we got to the base of the falls. Abby was pooped so we
ate a quick lunch and I proceeded to make the quick climb to the top. So I
thought. I climbed for 15 mins and stopped for a breather and noticed that I
was only halfway up on the falls. I kept booking it and near the top the trail
went under overhanging rock that was 150 feet high or more. It was raining off
... physically, having walked the trails to the two great trees and I stood there and debated whether I could do this. Steve suggested that we start up and if it was too much for me, we would turn around and go back. Well…there was a couple just ahead of us, and they were older and he was more lame than I, and in that I found my motivation to make a go of it. And we put a leash on Beamer and began the climb. After a bit, I was not sure I could make it, but the ...
We left Mt Carmel UT at the crack of dawn, drove on the Zion/Mt Carmel scenic Hwy, thr' the 2 tunnels (one is 1.1 miles long) and out with no fee payable, as the US Govt employees had not turned up to work this early. Saved ourselves $25.
One has to take time to stop/go on this stretch of highway with the stunning mountainside vista's that you see in the Zion area.
Once thr' Springdale (township next to Zion NP) we headed down 9 and 15 passing straight thr Las ...
... I have met over the last 4 years, but I have grown to love and accept my sister's devotion to this extremely talented young man( and the rest of his band too!) The entire town of Clovis is buzzing today.....Lots of out of towner's have arrived, many for the 98th annual Clovis Rodeo, and possibly more "cooktards" than cowboys!!