Wandering To Zion

FINALLY, my tugboat man recovered from his bout with the flu and we’re packed and ready to leave early Sunday morning on a road trip to Zion National Park

It’s a place we’ve always wanted to visit — hopefully we’ll get to more than one park –have you seen all the TV commercials about Utah’s Mighty Five?

Utah’s five national parks have it all. See unique soaring spires, towering pinnacles, sandstone canyons, and intricately eroded arches of sculptured stone.

I’d love to camp and hike at Canyonlands National Park and Arches National Park, too, and we’ll be try to include at least a couple days at Petrified Forest National Park in Arizona.

We might stay at a hotel or a lodge for a night, especially since the weather calls for night temps in the 30s and the possibility of rain.

It’s been a while since we’ve gone off the grid for a while; I’m really looking forward to beautiful country and some long, rigorous hikes.

Wearing my Chanel sunglasses to pop a squat in the desert; always fashion forward no matter where I go, that’s the way I roll.

Yay for adventures!







18 thoughts on “Wandering To Zion

  1. Wonderful!! We want to see Zion, too.
    We loved Arches and Canyonlands. If you have a chance, take the private plane tour above Arches -it gives you a whole different perspective.
    Have a blast! Can’t wait to see your pix!


  2. My, my! You have been s busy princess! We’ve had our grandkids with us for a few weeks and I’m just beginning to catch up on all of the “news.” Our family has spent many days Arches and the surrounding area. We used to drive through Moab regularly when the kids lived in Salt Lake City. It’s such a fabulous meeting place and the scenery is gorgeous!


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