Four Seasons Inn
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... the water, and then the job was finished... for one run.
We cleaned 18 runs, some with two bunnies, some with four, and one or two runs with only one bunny. We then had to sweep and mop the hallway. The motto of the Bunny House was "Don't Look Back", because after you cleaned the runs, it would be filled with poop again. Bunnies poop out about 360 ...
... search and rescue, set out to find Felix.
I proceeded, in a brisk pace, very concerned, had the worst thoughts all around me, didn't see Felix at all on the same trail Alex and I were before. Calling for Felix's name several times, w/o any response. At one point, I realized that there's more on the trail, the plateau Alex and I rested and turned around was NOT the final destination we thought it was. More metal chains ahead around the ...
... exposure by staying put. We bought a lot of books this trip, and treasure our reading time when there's a bit down time.
After White Pocket, we hiked Wire Pass, which share the same parking lot as N. Coyote Buttes, a.k.a, the world famous "WAVE", for the the beautiful sandstone formation. We like the Wire Pass very much, it's a slot canyon. At the end of Wire Pass, it meets the Buckskin Gulch, one of ...
... Narrows. Very easy, paved, handicap accessible trail. Very popular and busy with other hikers. It was fun seeing some of the hikers coming our with their water shoes and hiking sticks. You can actual continue hiking along the river bed to what's called The Narrows where the cavern walls are only about 20 feet wide, if I understand correctly. 1 million years ago, the area was all at sea level and the earth shifted causing the formations to thrust thousands of feet into ...
... pool was the best. So on we went. After awhile, we wondered if we were getting close and stopped to ask a nice Australian couple how much further. They said we were close, but that the Upper pool is the best. Yikes. We reached the middle pool and were underwhelmed again. Tommy and I looked at each other. Should we continue on? It wasn't much further, but it was the more difficult trail. My legs felt like lead, but we hated to miss the spectacular upper pool. Here we go again. ...