Royal Inn Kanab
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... road. When we entered at the Bunny House, we instantly smelled a lot of rabbit. We were assigned (once again) to clean the rabbits runs.
We were first supposed to get the bunnies out of the indoor run, and to the outdoors, and then flip their shelter upside down. There shelter was a cardboard box with an entrance/exit carved in, so it was very light. Then, we ...
... we arrived at Scout's Lookout. A great place to have lunch break and great view. For the brave ones, they can proceed for the most treacherous part of the hike, but challenging and rewarding.
Alex and I proceeded, and took us little efforts and little time to arrive the next plateau, overlooking the Scout's Lookout, where Curtis and Felix relaxed and took pix of us. Thought we were at the final destination, Alex and I kissed each other to ...
... destination - White Pocket.
White Pocket, is named for those giant white rocks (Polygonal Cracks) that is water pocket for the horses, cows that the ranchers breed. Felix and Alex, the super rock climbers, were like two ants, swiftly moved from rock to rock, while their parents were trailing behind. Often we could find pocket of water frozen in between cracks which might serve as mini skating rink suitable ...
... and I! We met two ladies in the adventure hire shop also embarking on the Narrows. More of them later. With my previous weeks knowledge we revisited the liquor store where one feels like an alcoholic as they wrap the bottle in brown bags and dined at Oscars on the terrace. So good to eat outside late October. So the next day dawned and as we kitted ourselves out I did wonder if all the effort was going to be worth it. How wrong I was. Where else in the world do ...
... each site so the kids learn while visiting. We left the lake and moved to the Glen Canyon Dam. The kids were shocked by how big it was. We learned about the power plant, the dinosaur fossils, and the need for the dams on the Colorado River. After we spent some time at the dam, we drove back toward Kanab, but we stopped at a trailhead called Toadstools and went for a short hike. We have been finding our hikes here to be incredible - we are by ourselves almost all ...