It was extremely windy here, so other than a few short walks with Rylie and a stroll through Calico, I didn’t do much outside. The next morning I waited until , but no one came to collect my $18. I finally had to hit the road because I had a long day of driving ahead of me. I looked on my way out to see if there was anyone that I could pay, but I didn’t see anyone. So I left. There could be a warrant out for my arrest in
The second day I made it to
Zion National Park
Rylie and I did the Pa’rus Trail, because that’s the only trail that allows dogs. I also did the Weeping Rock and Emerald Pools Trails, and part of the Riverside Walk. I extended my stay an extra day because of bad driving conditions in either direction. There was a light dusting of snow on the red rock cliffs, and a definite chill in the air.
Snow Dusting Zion Cliffs
When I left I followed State Route 9 to Highway 89, and then to Highway 12. What an incredible drive! Be warned though, if you have an RV you have to pay $15 to go through the tunnel in
Rylie’s Notes:I need a big Baja beach to run on. Having to take The Staff on the leash all of the time is a real drag.