“Free Sharing of My Life’s Experience: My Best Vacation Ever”
By James Nsien2
I’m making this page about Free Sharing to share an unforgettable 1000-mile trip spanning three states in 7 days. This trip was a family vacation. This was my best vacation ever. The 1000-mile trip began in Nevada; we traveled through the states of Utah, Arizona, and then back to Nevada. I am sharing this wonderful experience because a lot of people do not get the chance of experiencing our creator’s wonderful creations. The Earth’s wonders abound us and one does not have go out of the country to witness these Nature’s Wonders. I will provide this free sharing mainly in pictures (please see links to photos below) through Zion Canyon National Park, Bryce Canyon, The Grand Canyon National Park, and Hoover Dam. Enjoy the trip and hopefully you will get the chance to check out Nature in action.
My trip review, in a nutshell
Here’s what I thought of the trip from start to finish
Our dentist friend and his family visited the Grand Canyon area a few years ago. Upon their return they stop by our house and free shared their wonderful experience with me and my family. We couldn’t wait to go and visit those wonderful places that they so eloquently, vividly and beautifully described to us in words and pictures. About a year or two later, we did get a chance to go and witness our Creator’s Wonders first-hand. I will tell you, we totally enjoyed everything about the trip. We owe a great deal to my dentist and his family for free sharing their trip with us. They even gave us their exact itinerary including where they visited, where they stayed, what events they took part in along their trip route, what they saw, etc. We thank them dearly for their kindness of free sharing. I hope that through this sharing, someone will be able to take the time out from their hectic daily schedule to thank our creator and experience his wonderful creations, his Natural Wonders.
Our 1000-mile trip started in Las Vegas, Nevada, where we rented a Recreation Vehicle (motor home).
On a Monday, the first day of our journey, we drove through winding-mountainous roads to Zion National Park where we stayed over and camped for two nights. At Zion, you are standing next to huge/gigantic boulders which are bigger that any building or anything else you’ve ever been around. It appeared as if the side of the boulder will peel-off and crush everything in sight – very scary to be there amongst those boulders which were carved out from the earth by nature.
Following a stay at Zion National campgrounds, we drove to Bryce Canyon National Park. At Bryce, you are up above the rocks, looking down at natural wonders, the beautiful carvings made by nature. This was the most beautiful natural occurrences I have ever seen in my entire life. The carvings look like small statuettes arranged in a magnificent and perfect order. Only nature can do create something that beautiful. I understand wind and water have something to do with its creation.
There at Bryce, we stayed for two nights and we experienced an unusually fun Chuck Wagon ride with staged Indian attacks and buy buy cialis online Advair Diskus online raids (seemed real, scary, and very exciting). At night there was a dinner, theater-play and folk dance. Oh, we had a great time.
The next stop of the journey was the Grand Canyon’s North rim, which was very scenic. Our main focus was cialis tadalafil side effects on seeing the South rim of the Grand Canyon, so the North rim really did not impress us much. We quickly left the North rim, and proceeded to the South rim of the Grand Canyon, where its beauty is breath-taking. Just Magnificent! Words cannot describe its wonder and beauty. We stayed for three nights in the Grand Canyon village. There were so much to do in the Grand Canyon Village such as sight seeing, shopping, tours, bus ride along Grand Canyon scenic routes, etc.
Our final leg of the trip was on a Monday when we visited the Hoover Dam on our way back to Las Vegas. One can spend several hours just admiring what man can do with the help of our creator. Hoover dam is one of the incredible man-made wonders in the world. If you ever get a chance to visit Las Vegas, Hoover Dam is about an hour or so away, it’s worth the time – find time and make a visit.
This trip allowed me to grasp how short our existence is on this planet compared to everything else that’s happening inside it. For example, it took several millions of years for certain canyons to be created and our respective life-span on earth will be less than 100 years – just incredible!
5 things you shouldn’t miss!
5 things you shouldn’t miss on this trip… Zion National, Bryce National, Chuck Wagon ride at Bryce, South Rim of the Grand Canyon, and Hoover Dam
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Originally posted 2009-02-06 03:54:22. Republished by Blog Post Promoter