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... and we head out to Sunset Point to go on the Ranger lead Rim Walk. The Rim Walk starts, Ranger Dan asks for volunteers to hold his binoculars. Julia volunteers and doesn’t give them up for the rest of the walk. Will gets 2 brief binocular visits. She thinks she sees an osprey nest and maybe some animal. Ranger Dan mentions that manzanita grows very well at Bryce He says manzanita means “apple” in Spanish. Will disagrees and ...
... need firearms.
In 2001, La Verkin, a community of 4,000, passed an ordinance declaring themselves a “United-Nations-free zone.”
On a more educational note, we also learned that a mesa is wider than it is tall, while a butte is taller than it is wide. The things you learn on Road Scholar tours!
Our first stop in Zion National ...
... it does have tend to lead to "colour overdose" where the scenic vista becomes another red and yellow cliff.
Finally back in Waltzing Matilda for a free hours butt massage back to the outpost then onward to Kanab, Utah for our overnight stay. The only restaurant in town was booked out so we dined on traditional American cuisine at the golden arches before literally crashing into the pillow.
Tomorrow we head back to Vegas for the meeting and some rest!
... a guy who normally worked at the Grand Canyon but was helping them out here in Bryce. He had the happy gift of being able to explain the geologic phenomena of the canyons in idiot proof plain English with some great analogies using broken cookies and sliding plates and made the eras of earth's activity understandable and simple. On the way out to the canyon drive we saw a sign warning us of prairie dogs and I was certain my eye caught one. Diane remained sceptical ! I was ...
... my husband put his expensive SLR camera in his dry pack, but he insisted he could hold on to it and not fall. He wanted to get lots of photos and didn't want to miss anything. It turns out that he had no issues, but I fell twice!! We took our time going upstream and made many stops for photos. So many people seemed to be in a real rush and weren't really enjoying their surroundings. Perhaps they had been before and were trying to make it to the end of the trail. Who knows? ...