Bryce Canyon Livery Bed and Breakfast
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We were a bit wet and cold when we got back to camp so turned on heater and warmed up before heading to Canyon Pines for dinner. As we were heading back to camp, we saw a double rainbow! So rain seems to be letting up and the sky is clearing.
Sunday, September 28
The day started out ok, not raining and some sun was out.
But, after taking shower, I tried to dry my hair when the hair dryer blew up!!!
We got around and packed up ...
... and so peaceful. The downside was that it was hard to hear our guide since we were at the back. He did tell us that the Ponderosa Pine bark smells like vanilla and butterscotch. Hmmmmm. I found myself wanting to sniff a tree. The ride lasted a little less than two hours. I definitely recommend this ride.
After the ride, we went in search of lunch. We didn't really want to eat in the dining room and the pizza place outside the lodge only serves breakfast and ...
... along the way. You will surely get bored by the red rock HooDoo's.
So now the explanation. A "HooDoo" is a pinnacle or odd-shaped rock left standing by the forces of erosion.
I have lots of video clips of each viewpoint because still pictures just don't do the actual view you see justice. If I can't upload the video's so I will do when I get back.
We stopped for lunch at a roadside table and ...
... the diner. At this point, it should also be noted that we are in a town which has zero hardware to make an espresso coffee. (To be fair, the shop with "espresso" written in neon lights out the front has a machine but it has been broken for the last year!) That's right. A town without espresso. What sort of life is that? Hardly civilised...
Back to breakfast, the girls started with pancakes (a good choice) with the older people ...
... about the park. The most popular walk is the circular Navaro Trail, a 2,5 km walk starting from Sunset Point. So we decided to start with that. Arriving at Sunset Point we got our first look into the canyon. What a sight! The massive red coloured pillars (known as Hoodoos) rise up from the canyon floor below in a wide amphitheatre. The walk goes down a steep winding trail down to the bottom of the canyon where we found ourselves walking through a 'forest' of Hoodoos rising ...