It would be a bit much if I said this park was like heaven on earth….pretty sure someone would flick me on the nose and say “hush”, so I won’t write that. But know that i’m thinking it very hard.
We explored Zion on our last day in Utah, on the day I turned 25. Which, was probably not the best idea because I have never had the best luck on my birthday, ever. And this day was no different, for a multitude of reason that I won’t get into because lets not drag this post down, yeah? I will say that as horrible as my birthdays usually are, this one was at the top of the list of not-so-bad and most of that was because of the bf’s unfailingly sweet and patient demeanor throughout the whole day and also, because of how beautiful the whole area is. It’s hard to let bad luck drag you down when all you have to do is take a look around and feel richly blessed to even just have eyes to look at all the splendor.
We stayed in the park until the sun started setting and then started wandering back towards the main road out to grab a good spot.