Coral Cliffs Townhomes
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Excellent self-catering rental house option. Suited us really well
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... 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. ...
... forward to receiving and getting it all set up.
We only had to travel less than thirty miles to get to our next destination park: Coral Pink Sand Dunes State Park. With a bit of confusion and difficulty due to a less than cooperative Ranger we got into our site and set up. Thanks to a young seasonal employee girl who straightened it out...
We are right across the road from the restroom/showers with limitless hot ...
... today as far as the steep inclines go, and instead hiked The Narrows, which is the narrowest section of Zion. This gorge has walls 1,000 feet tall on either side of you, and the entire way you are zig-zagging through the Virgin River. I felt like I was playing the Oregon Trail computer game and had to decide if I wanted to go ahead and forge across the river or not lol. My Kentucky friends tackled this hike last week, and said it was worth checking out, and boy were ...
... br> current population: 2.901 million
total amount of square miles: 84,904 square miles
- traveled about 4 hours.
- got gas for $43.05
- went to Bryce Canyon National Park for $25-spent 2 hours.
- slept in the front ...
... s sleep. Early this morning we set off (with very full bellies) to Bryce Canyon - home to large sandstone structures called 'Hoodoos' in various shapes and sizes. Alex and I did a mammoth trek which seemed to take in most of the national park! Walked up and down the canyon, and in some cases through large cravasses, which had formed over time. Absolutely stunning. Again, so pics. Though I don't think they necessarily do the scale of the Hoodoo's any ...