Zion National Park

April 29. 2018 .  Zion National Park is unbelievable. So many different vistas .

Lots of photos coming up. No words necessary.   ENJOY!




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Later in the afternoon we emerge from the park and drive through the beautiful little town of Springdale.

Beautiful memories of Zion along for the ride we head to Hurricane UT where the boys get a good hard romp at the dog park. No photos of The Chiweenie Brothers, mom was too tired to try and catch the action.

We then head to St. George to meet up with Peggy and the search begins for a camping spot.  We run all over creation trying to find a spot and eventually succeed near La Verkin, UT with a BLM boondocking spot off Dalton Wash where we camped in front of a vertical wall of rock.  With no internet reception, of course.

Peg leaves for Moab early in the morning and we head back to the dog park and spend a couple of hours, and end up spending two more nights off Dalton Wash before heading — NORTH on I-15 to Cedar City where we spend a night in Walmart’s parking lot.

Hugs, Shawna


Author: 2DogsTravel

Hello! Welcome to my blog. I am a full-time traveler, retired from a lifetime of different occupations, traveling the country with my two little dogs, Fries and Charlie B; The Chiweenie Brothers. You never know where you might find us, but if you do stop by and say hi . . . If you can get past the two best watch dogs in the universe! Happy Trails!

4 thoughts on “Zion National Park”

    1. Melissa was telling me that she and Jeff went through that tunnel when they were there several years ago and it really freaked her out too. Especially the little see-outs they had in a couple of spots in the tunnel where you could see you were right on the side of a mountain!


  1. I think I was at Zion a very long time ago but don’t remember the tunnel. It was a quick trip with a coworker. We had a conference in Salt Lake and stayed a few days to check out the sites before flying back to Redding. It IS beautiful! Have a great week.


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