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We left religious Hicksville Utah and drove through Zion NP (which is open woohoo) and stopped off to take lots of photos. No Denny's today, so had to satisfy myself with a donut ..... Nice. Arrived (eventually) to Amangiri and instantly have relaxed, got over last night's traumas and settled by the pool to get the last of the afternoon sun. We …
... the whole time. Very long story short, with several phone calls to El Monte, the furnace is now shutoff but not working and made arrangements to have it fixed in St. George. Nice older couple. Continues the trend we see of many, many Europeans. Spoke to a Dutch woman and she told me the first 2 weeks of May are holidays in Europe, so that explains why they are everywhere. Finally warm enough to have my G&Ts, Kindy has her rye/coka, books, sun, too much wind, but life is ...
... play of light on the rocks is fan-bloody-tastic!
Viv's knee was playing up so in the late afternoon Ron headed out to Horseshoe Bend about 3 miles south of Page, where from the carpark its a walk of about 1.2km over a sandhill and across some broken ground to the edge of the Colorado River, where the river takes a mighty U-turn in its canyon. The cliffs and the whole outlook of the place is mightily impressive. Down below on the inside of the ...
... getting after waiting 1/2 hour at the "Patriarchs." Knowing that breakfast was at 8am, we got back in time for another one of Tom's delicious breakfasts. We decided to clean up, pack up, and check out before going back into the park.
So around 10am, we were headed back..and into a major traffic jam. Apparently everyone wanted to drive back into Zion on the last day that was allowed (shuttle service starts on April 1). We started to have ...
Today is Thanksgiving in the US. We left the Grand Canyon early and started on our way to Page. We travelled along Desert View Road and we were surrounded by snow. It was beautiful. We stopped at Desert View Watchtower which is one of the most prominent architectural features on the South Rim. We climbed the Watchtower and the view, once again, was magnificent.
We then continued along the road until we came to Cameron. Of course, we had to stopped at ...
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