Sunday 3rd May – Canyonlands National Park
After a surprisingly good sleep, Bronwen and I packed up our camp, drove to a service station for petrol and chocolate milk, and drove to Canyonlands National Park, where we spent the next several hours driving and walking around. Unfortunately my knee is being problematic—going uphill is fine, but going downhill is painful. Fortunately, it eclipses the ouch coming from my big toe, so I don’t need to worry about that.
It began to sprinkle lightly in the afternoon—coincidentally just as we were finished walking around Canyonlands National Park—and we drove the four and a half or thereabouts hours to our room at Knights Inn in Panguitch, arriving just as it got dark.
We wanted to buy some milk, but neither of the two service stations in town (that being pretty much all that was still open by the looks) sold normal bottles of milk. They had very tiny ones, or a couple of very large one gallon ones. Seeing as the gallon ones only cost $3, we bought a gallon of milk. I think I’ll be having just milk for dinner and breakfast now.