LuLu's Sleep Ezze Motel
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Settling in Kanab's vacation rental, finally we can do our smelly laundry. Hoorah!!!
Grocery shopping in "Honey's Market" and loaded up our supplies. Tired of eating out, home cooking for next few days. Besides, it's a bitter cold venturing out at night.
Two grocery stores in town, and one movie theatre. Snowy day alternative activity - movie day!!!
... We just arrived there for sunset and then looked for a place to sleep along the highway. After we finally found one some scary guys made us leave again (they looked like a typical Chipsy family. They said something about private property, bad neighborhood and a reasonable priced campsite where we could stay if we’d just follow them.) Overall, very strange. We decided to drive back to the city instead and stayed in dead end street next to a ...
... Americans trade their goods. After the depression they went to California where they showed pictures of the area to movie producers and John Ford liked the area. He made the first movie in Monument Valley, Stagecoach, starring John Wayne. Hollywood continued to use Monument Valley as late as 1994. Parts of Back to the Future III were filmed here.
The pictures are in no particular order.
Tomorrow we will go to Antelope Canyon.
After many, many years of reading boating articles of
houseboats on Lake Powell, we finally got to see the lake for ourselves. We rented a boat for the day and also had to
rent one of their trucks to get the boat to the lake. So off we go about 9:30 am headed for the
launch about 10 miles away. We launched
the boat and parked the truck and trailer and got ready to take off only to
find out that the boat would not go ...
... and you need a proper tripod). The lady in the store tells us of some of the pics in the shop and she mentioned that the light in Horseshoe Bend is nice during the day so we go back to take some pics.
Its a bit of a walk when we get there, you go up a sandy hill then down a rocky path to the end of the trail. The scene that awaits you is stunning. The horseshoe bend is a sandstone structure where the Colorado river runs a permanent ring around ...