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I have lived in Las Vegas long enough that my interest in driving across the Mojave desert died a long time ago. There is a certain beauty that the desert has but most of it is lost at 75 MPH and the landscape of creosote shrubs becomes monotonous. The brown and lifeless mountain peaks in the distance never seem to get any closer despite long …
... Haven't seen anything quiet like the Hoodoo's. We then went to sunset point to listen to the Ranger Geology talk to learn more about Bryce's amazing geology. It was very interesting. The kids got their ranger books signed and then we drove to sunset point before heading to the visitors centre to watch the park movie and for the kids to finish off their requirements to get their rangers badges which they did. Then we headed ...
... quite cool now. We went to our snacky drinks at 6.00 pm and found there were two groups. We sat and chatted with our wine and chips and watched the sun set over the Grand Canyon. It changed every minute and was spectacular with the sun setting on different parts highlighting the orange rock like a torch had been placed on one area. We had a few beers and after and were the last to leave but we actually got back to our room by around 9.30 pm. So not bad really, we had a nice ...
... Mike and the kids in his Toyota Land Cruiser, rather more sedately in our Silver Slug!
Lyn parked up on a road in Virgin and we climbed into the Land Cruiser and took a very bumpy ride just outside Zion National Park to an area known as Lamb's Knoll. Mike told us we would be exploring Snake Alley……hmmmm!
Kitted up, but Lyn in his Teva’s as he left his trainers in the car at the changeover, doh, we started the hike, which ...
... we argued there were 5 stages to this walk. The first initial very hard walk up the side of the canyon; a narrow step, coiled up track, going constantly up. It was hard with cold legs. From the bottom you cannot see the path, you don't know where it goes above you. The secret is only revealed when you get above a switchback. Secondly, you round this corner and from nowhere, you hit Echo Canyon, an amazing deep gorge with the most amazingly high head wall of pure rock. ...
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