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... straight for us. We quickly put everything away and Elizabeth, Reig, Jon and I made it into the camper just as the rain and wind hit. Lightening was crashing down around us and the whole truck and camper were rocking back and forth from the wind. It was a little scary but it passed over fairly quickly. Luckily Elizabeth and Reig's tent survived the storm so we left the dishes and went to ...
... cliff. What a neat place! With Calf Creek running straight through the campground and wind rushing through the Cottonwood trees, it sounded just as beautiful as it looked. I inhaled my lunch and rushed to the creek to swim. I've never seen a creek like this. The water is clear and cold and it's running over solid slick rock. It goes on like that forever with hardly any breaks in the rock. It almost looks manmade and ...
... an Annual National Parks and Federal Recreational Lands Pass for $80 that gets us into all national parks, forests, monuments and even covered our parking fee while we were in Sedona. And of course they are some of the most beautiful places I have ever seen and often times didn’t even know they were out there.
Fresh from our experience from the Grand Canyon we were really excited to see Bryce Canyon and again we were really impressed. We ...
... for breakfast, I couldn't find a hike that was suitable for us, we had a struggle to buy a picnic lunch, when we got to Kodachrome ... well, lots of itty bitty things that could have spoilt our day completely but never quite did.
As we drove out of Escalante en route to Kodachrome, I spotted a Visitor Centre that I hadn't realised was there. I wanted to stop to see if they could recommend a better hike but G was in driving mode so we added it to ...
... Hollow Overlook. The view was overlooking Capitol Reef. We drove from Boulder to Escalante. The road skirts the Hog's Back Ridge in the Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument. This area was designated a National Monument by President Clinton in 1996 and encompasses 1.9 million acres. There is no staircase per se, but the name refers to the series of cliffs in the area. We stayed at the Prospector Inn and had dinner at Escalante ...
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