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... the parking lot. I knew my chances didn’t look good. Last week when I was here people must have known better than to come because of the storm that was blowing in and the potential for flash floods proved far too dangerous to attempt this hike. I walked into the lottery drawing room and filled out an application among 100 other people. I was too anxious to sit, so I stood in the back in anticipation of hearing number 24 called. There were only 10 spots for ...
... lightly. Seriously. But, this is our
last chance to do the hike and we decided to go for it. All turned
out well. A few of us slipped or lost our footing and went under,
one of us totally submersed himself for fun and swam through the
deeper parts. But we reached our goal of making it a few miles up
the river, through the Wall Street slot canyon, and to the point
where the river is filled by two separate stream of water, one , as
we saw today ...
... was so tired from such a crazy day. We left the dining room and found even more deer in the front yard. Mac turned on his phone’s flashlight to see them better, but we didn’t approach them. It was hard to pull the kids away from these gentle creatures, but we needed to get to our room for a good night’s sleep.
Tomorrow: North Rim of the Grand Canyon, and trying to find a place to have our windshield ...
... amongst each other since there were so many of them.
After showering, breakfasting, and organizing our camping gear to a level that satisfied the most Germanic person in our group (a-hem!), we set out for some hiking. The official entrance to Zion National Park was about a mile (1.6km) down the road from the campsite so we decided to walk (in the 98oF/37oC heat). At the entrance there is a free shuttle that takes you to wherever you might want ...
... concealed), we drove to Bryce Canyon national park. We saw some of the best vistas of the canyons that we have seen yet. We stopped at places such as "sunset point", "inspiration point" and "bryce point" which all gave amazing views over miles and miles of canyon walls and rocks, looking like an intricate maze from above. At this point, we were what Edward Abbey calls 'industrial tourists' - visiting a national park ...