Four Seasons Inn
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Sunday 13 September
Departure day for most, which again dawned bright and beautiful. We said our goodbyes in the Lodge car-park and wished everyone a safe flight. Some we hoped to see at the next Fly-in in ten days' time. As we had planned to stay an extra day we were taking on the rental car from Sally and Michael and so Patrick went with them to the Airport to facilitate the handover, while I went for breakfast with Doug and Patti. Patti is ...
... end. Shame – we shall have to come back another time! Fed by five rivers, Lake Powell itself is a massive reservoir on the Colorado River formed by the construction of the Glen Canyon Dam, with more shore line than the United States Pacific coast! It looked to be a fantastic recreation area – another on our list to visit.
It was time to head to our destination, Kanab Utah. With the Vermilion cliffs and White Cliffs on our right, we ...
... in Colorado keeps churning pieces of it for public consumption. Afghanistan is where the luxurious market lies; either this year or next we’ll take a trip to the Colorado mine but I’d love to see Afghanistan’s output. You know, without the Afghans.
- September 9, 2015
... come right up to you which freaks Maggie out.
We've met people from so many places on our trip. I was surprised that so many people from overseas come to the parks - Japan, China and Europe. I'd say that's about 50% or more. Then about 25% of people are from California (or Mexico), but most of the plates are California. Remainder are from throughout the US - Dayton, New Hampshire, Tennessee, etc.
... a bottle of wine and a good steak for my birthday dinner. Back at camp we head to the creek to cool off in the refreshing water.
Today we walked the Narrows. Wanting to beat the crowds we are up at 5am to catch the shuttle. The bus is full but slowly empty out at each stop. We are at the last stop with about 20 other people.
We start our hike on concrete paths for about a mile then down onto the rocks and into ...