Harold's Place Inn
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... offered unforgettable sights of nature. Tonight we enjoyed a themed dinner the Ebenezer Cowboy Dinner the fiddler was by far the best he could certainly play that fiddle. It's been such an experience to see so many beautiful places each day we are awestruck with such a varied landscape, We have and still are seeing the most impressive landscape here in America, I know that Australia is unique & beautiful but here we just keep on seeing the most unusual changing ...
... so I flagged him down to ask for a lift. He grudgingly obliged and bought me back to the car. On the way he advised me that there were thunderstorms approaching and that there was a flashflood warning thus it wasn't advisable to go hiking today. Back at the room I roused the girls (who were still snoring) and we went for breakfast. We had also planned to hire some bikes to bike through the adjacent Dixie National Park, but given the weather we jettisoned that idea ...
... of its magnesium content. Soon after the ranger talk, we had lunch at the nearby picnic area. Lunch was a subway sandwich and buttermilk. Soon after we went on a trail called the Navajo loop, theirs was a 1.3mi loop with a elevation drop of 400ft. It was a steep trail. The kids did awesome and we got to walk thro the giant hodoos. Along the trail we saw two natural bridges and thors hammer.
... the bus system here and the park. As you can see from the couple of pictures it is a fantastic park. Tomorrow we hike down into the canyon and explore more sights. I should have more pictures by then. We pull out Wednesday morning, pray the truck is ready and we can travel together. If not Paul, Shelley and the kids will head out on their own. We will be staying in Cedar City until the truck is ...
D and the kids dropped me off at 7am for a photo tour of Canyon X. Canyon X is upstream of the Antelope Canyon slots that get most of the traffic in Page. There is only one company authorized to tour Canyon X, so I took this opportunity in order to get away from all the crowds.
As I was waiting for all the members of the tour to arrive so we could depart, I suddenly realized that I had forgotten my tripod in the back of the car. A tripod ...