Bryce Point Bed and Breakfast
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... is 1 mile long and was completed in 1930; it allows access from Zion to Bryce Canyon without going around the mountains. Because of the narrow space inside, the tunnel toggles between one-way east and westbound traffic. It was also pitch dark through the whole tunnel, no lights....just darkness and rock walls, very fun! We arrived to our campsite just in time for lunch, and like Zion, Bryce Canyon has a great shuttle system that linked up right from our ...
... rock and enjoyed the view while eating our lunch before making
our way back down to the bottom.
The long hike had us both craving Mexican food. We set off
from Zion in the direction of Salt Lake City, hoping we’d find something along
the way. And, with the help of Yelp, we found Maria’s Cocina, a hidden gem
inside of an RV campground in the small town of Beaver, UT. Although ...
We packed up camp and said our goodbyes to our new friends. We toured around Anasazi State Park but it turned out to be a bit of a disappointment. We thought it would be like those cave dwellings you see at Mesa Verde but it was just a very small archeological site with some ruins in the ground and a bit of a museum with some artifacts. Oh well, onward to Bryce. We made a stop at this little cafe, Kivu Cafe, because the wife of the "Nowhere Man" worked there. It had arguably one ...
... discombombulated. It could be the heat, the overdose of canyons or the need for a large city..either way we're heading out as early as we can tomorrow in order to have the afternoon and evening in Vegas. Strange we couldn't leave the place quick enough before but now it is calling us back for one last blast.
Anyway, Bryce Canyon CIty is actually Ruby's Inn on my map. Seems that before the park was established a man called Rueben Syrett set up his ranch here in 1916. ...
My weekend is Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday and I work the other four days of the week. Each day my schedule and job assignments are different. Typically I have 10 different jobs or places I need to be throughout the day. Before I leave for work I write my duties and times on a card for reference so I can stay on schedule. The highlight of my day is always giving talks, doing "Rim" walks and programs with visitors. On Monday I did a children's program where the parents ...