Bryce Canyon Livery Bed and Breakfast
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... in shape and color. We saw one that looked like Bart Simpson, others that resembled Queen Victoria, an Olympic Flame and a fist in the air. I took a picture of almost every possible angle of every view. The sky seemed bluer and the clouds whiter against the orange of the rocks. I know when I get home, I'll tell myself there's another photo of an orange rock. But today, each picture was ...
We hopped on a free shuttle at our Rv campground and made the trip to Bryce Canyon National Park which took about 10 minutes. We got off at Bryce Point and walked the rim trail to Inspiration Point which was a couple of miles. Fantastic scenery - check out the ...
As with all our drives between destinations, Zion to Bryce was no exception on the beauty / interesting scale. We passed lots of small country towns, typically with nothing more than a Diner, cute Church and a 'Trading Post' (a general cowboy store) which seem to be popular shops in this part of the world.
One town had an ornate American antique shop advertising cheap licence plates (we have started ...
... The first is that we will drive back into the park and stalk some wildlife we saw from the bus. The second is that we will experience nightfall and the full moon on our own.
What we learn was that high elevation, clean dry air and lack of light pollution make Bryce Canon one of the Earth’s darkest places. For night viewing, it was suggested we go to a remote overlook called “Paria View” which has a long trail to a round concrete pad ...
May 26, 2015
From: Jacob Lake, AZ
To: Bryce Canyon City, AZ
Time: 9:15am = 4:30pm
It was great to get up in the cool mountain air. We met for breakfast at the Jacob Lake Inn restaurant where we learned that Jacob Lake is actually a small mud hole that was originally used to ...