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- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Kanab
... A couple on the way back saw the worries on my face, and asked me if I'm looking for someone. Telling them that I'm looking for my son. They asked "Neon Green Hoodie, 14 year old boy"? I said Yes. The couple told me that Felix is all the way up at the end of the other side, resting by the tree.
Huge relief, but I'm trying to figure out how to communicate to Curtis, who was way down at the other side at Scout's Lookout waiting for my return. I ...
... Coyote Buttes permit for New Year Day. But decided against hiking that day, as the weather will be foul, and we're planning to volunteer at Best Friends Sanctuary for Piggy Paradise and Horse Heaven.
For those interested in securing a permit. Go to "Bureau of Land Management (BLM)" webiste. And apply as soon as you've the date. We are happy with just hiking one day in this very wild, desolate area.
Kanab to Coral Pink Sand Dunes
Our trip to Kanab was uneventful, but went safely and entertained us, as usual. For the first time, we stayed at an RV Park with Pearl. We were at the RV Corall RV Park. It was nice to have full time electric and water, plus the ability to dump our storage tanks.
One piece of bad news, to us anyway, is that my "smart" phone battery is about to fail. The phone is such that the battery ...
... getting so emotional over this hike, but it really pulled at the core of my heart. As soon as I saw a picture of it (almost a year ago now), I knew I wanted to be there, among the gorgeous colors of the Coyote Buttes Navajo sandstone. Pristine beauty is all that comes to mind when I think of actually seeing it in person. It is a six mile hike in the complete backcountry of Utah. The Wave encompases large-scale sets of rhythmic and cyclic alternating grainflow ...
... because it was Sunday, but luckily we found a tourist information office which gave us details of a state park just half hour drive up the road whilst we waited for our hotel to check us in. We pulled into Coral Pink Sand Dunes not really knowing what to expect..miles upon miles of pink/red/orange sand. Piled high. We trekked up it and then ran (trying not to fall over) down sandy hills. Unlike the surrounding canyons, the dunes' landscape changes frequently with winds blowing ...