Saturday, August 27, 2011

the final day.

The final day was a day of sadness. No, not because sad events occurred but because, I'm going to be completely honest and tell you that I had no desire to leave the lake. It's official: boating is now a hobby of mine.

The final day was a day of exploring
. We went 'the narrows'. Kinda. Basically it's where two cliffs nearly meet, creating a small opening to swim through. As you swim along it gets narrower and narrower until you cannot swim any further. LOVED IT.

The final day was a day of Kanab.
Kanab is a very small city in southern Utah. In fact, it's so small, it has a dummy placed in a police car near the entrance of the city to slow down incoming traffic. We left the lake early that day to sleep over night in Kanab but before doing so, we ate at Nedra's. Has anyone ever been? It's very yummy and a Kanab must!

this is how sad we were to leave.

The (actual) final day was a day of thrift store shopping. I got a pair of shoes for two buck-a-roos! (Sorry, I had to rhyme.) Then, we drove the 5 hour drive home and that was that.

Was that a good trip, or what???

So. With that said, I would like to take this opportunity to thank the Killpack family for their indescribable hospitality. Truly, they were so kind to let me join their family for the week and it was such fun to have a new experience with them.

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