Coral Cliffs Townhomes
TravelPod Member ReviewsCoral Cliffs Townhomes Kanab
Excellent self-catering rental house option. Suited us really well
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... new water. Sometimes, we had to remove all the snow before we put the old water into the bucket. After we refilled all the water, we got to pet the pigs.
There was a pig that really liked to eat snow, so I made some snowballs for him to eat. Some of the pigs were very territorial, so when other pigs approached them, the shooed them away. Mama and I went back ...
... this not just to find Felix. Alex would absolutely love this, thou honestly I'm not sure if Curtis and Alex would be able to complete this section of the climb.
One has to not look down, not look side-way, focus a few rocks ahead at a time. Amazing drop off at both sides!
On the way up, I saw the Neon Green 14 yr old boy, FiFi heading my way on his way back. I was so happy to see him :-) Knowing that he made the journey all by himself. ...
... 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.
... road and it looked like your regular motel. But Paul went to the manager (no, no upgrades this time), saw the room, and we all really liked it. The room is clean, comfortable, and decorated with horses. Can you imagine Miss Elizabeth's response? We dropped off our stuff and I visited the nearby Visitors' Centre. On the advice of a gentleman there, we made our way to Lick Wash trail. I kid you not. However, to get to Lick Wash, we had to drive for about an hour and a half, most ...
... shaded as even that early the heat was beginning to be felt. The pools became fuller with water as they got higher but it would have taken much imagination to consider them emerald! We met lots of people along the way, all very friendly and marvelled at the rock climbers abseiling down what would be a waterfall if it was a different season. We espied chipmunks, lizards and mule deer who resemble the Donkey in Shrek with their long ears.
Next back on the shuttle bus ...