Buffalo Sage Bed & Breakfast
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... when it started lightening really close. We stayed there about an hour and drank coffee.
The storm seemed to let up a bit so took the shuttle going out of the park. At the bus shuttle parking lot, we found that there was a free tour to Rainbow Point about to leave so we got on that. This was a three hour tour, but what else would we do since it was still raining?
As it continued to rain, we kept going up and up. Rainbow point is at 9000 ...
... at 7:30 a.m. While Tommy paid the bill and checked us out of the cabin, I walked over to the check-in desk for our ride. Then we walked to the corral located a short distance from the lodge.
We were each assigned a horse or mule. My horse was named Comanche and I can't remember what Tommy's horse was called. We were lined up in order that the horses and mules best get along. My horse seemed to get annoyed with the mule in front of us which tended to be really slow. ...
Now for those that don't know what "HooDoo" means, stay tuned.
Our trip to Bryce Canyon National Park started about 8:00 am and ventured on the 78 mile drive to the park. We didn't even leave town and up, and up we went. You immediately see red rock formations everywhere. Within 15 miles the Midway summit is 9,896 in elevation. The Ford Escape takes all these ups and downs in stride.
The going is slow in ...
Another day on the road! The scenery was very varied today - we started in the desert, with temps of around 95F. Then it got rockier, and we climbed up through some amazing mountains reaching thousands of feet above sea level. Gradually it became greener - we saw real grass, and cattle!! Our first in a few ...
... back up. We packed plenty of drinks and took plenty of breaks once we got into the amphitheater, and as we ascended up Queen's Garden Trail to get up to Sunset Point. I found that tougher than the South Rim in Yellowstone, but we took our time and the views are so worth it. Once we got back up, we drove to end of the park, Rainbow Pt and looked at the gorgeous views from there. We made our way back, stopping along the way to see the Natural Bridge and other ...