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... out of doors and weather. You can see by the pictures, the sky is blue, blue and it has been for most of our trip. The forecast for the next week is just plain sun and warm temperatures. We took a different route back and were treated to some more great red rock views. Some of the best at Cedar Breaks
Tomorrow we are headed for Zion National Park before we head to Arches National Park on Thursday.
... we walked home via the Old Bryce Town which is like Old Sydney Town was with old style shops where Greg bought a T shirt & we bought a Navajo 'tile’ magnet.
Although this is meant to be an area with a dark sky where more stars are visible, because of the cloud cover we couldn’t see any. Also early this morning was meant to be when we could see a yearly occurrence of a meteor shower in the early hours of the morning, but this also wasn’t ...
We had decided the night before to get up early to catch the bus to the head of the Angel's Landing trail and beat all the crowds. It was a good decision because as we were coming down the trail, tons of people were just going up. After packing our backpacks with snacks and lots of water we drove over to the visitor centre to catch the bus. A few years ago they started the shuttle bus service and prohibited vehicles from driving on ...
... And we all enjoyed a nice hot cup of tea. Jasmine green is hard to beat!
Mac wanted to stay and help Yulan after dinner, so we allowed him to do so. Mark, Cheryl and Josie returned to the rooms to pack up for the night. Yulan walked Mac back to our cabin before 10:00.
Sadly, it was too cloudy and cold to do one of the night time ranger talks, so no campfire and no s’mores.
Tomorrow: On to Moab
... desire. We avoid them at all costs and so far have not stayed in one for those reasons. State parks seem to be cheaper or comparable overall, and are much quieter and dark at night - in other words, they are actually "camping," whereas RV parks don't have that vibe. Like almost every park and campsite we have stayed in lately, Kodachrome was fully booked because of spring break... with the exception of one Camp Host site literally next to the ranger ...