Travel Blogs from Kanab
... from the edge.
I went to the Flying Monkey and had a Calzone for Tea then that
night I camped at the BLM site again, but crashed pretty hard and was straight
to sleep. Luckily it wasn’t quite so windy that night, although I did park Fifi
as a windbreak for the tent so It may well have been.
The Next day was my last day in Zion, I decided to do
Observation Point, which looked down onto Angels Landing from the otherside of
... the river flushes about 5 million tons of sand and rock down the river to a lower elevation and later to Lake Mead… today the river is maybe 15 ft across and 3 ft deep… and is running so slow that you could easily walk across it with the understanding that its ice cold…
Of course it’s the throw of the dice as to which set of scientists you wish to believe… 1 – that ...
... the vote, however, until the 1950s. Now they are the largest Native American jurisdiction in the US with 300,000 living within “the Nation” and a further 100,000 in the cities.
The story of the Navajo Nation's history is the classic example of history being written by the victors. The web will tell you that “Navajo” comes from a phrase meaning “highly cultivated lands”; the ...
... we were there two nights, but otherwise we had the place to ourselves. A ton of firewood had been left behind by previous campers which made it all the more sweet. We enjoyed some gorgeous fires courtesy of Husb, complete with clear starry nights. We had heard on the radio that Mars would be bright orange while we were there and had no trouble spotting it.On our first day, we got set up and drove a few miles up the road to Coral Pink Sand Dunes ...
... get in was long, but all-in-all it didn't take terribly long to be seated. I think everyone should pack patience when going to Las Vegas. While in line, a very impatient man pitched a fit to his wife until she relented and they moved on to grab a "quick bite" somewhere else. Hasn't he ever heard that if there is no wait, it must not be a good restaurant! I would have ditched the hubby. I choose deliciousness over ****** people ...
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