Bullberry Inn B&B
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A sleep in! Well by our standards anyway, up at 6.30am to get fed for the big hike. A really lovely B&B (made us realise how bad the Page B&B was in comparison!) with really nice hosts that get the balance right between giving their guests enough space but also being very welcoming. Breakfast was delicious – yoghurt and fruit to start …
Another day, another early morning walk, this one wasn’t as picturesque but we went for the exercise and the tranquility – just us, the rabbits and the view of Lake Powell. When we got back to the B&B, breakfast was ready – world famous pancakes! (apparently). They were ok, not quite worthy of the word famous title but then …
... through my thick hair.
The next morning we were sad to leave the cabin, it had been a nice place to relax with plenty of space and nice scenery but we had to move on. This was going to be another day of driving.
We loaded up the car and left around 9:20, this surprised Neil as he thought I would take longer to get ready. Admittedly, it does seem to take a long time to get ready and load up the car.
We headed south, we made several stops today as I wasn't ...
... then onwards to the UK and we were driving to a small town called Bluff passing Monument Valley on the way.
We couldn't believe it was time to say goodbye but we all knew that the memories we had made we'll always be able to share together and besides, we all had more adventures ahead of us.
Paulie and I still had 4 months of travelling left and Carol & Graham had a ton of washing!!!
... vision. The night was perfect until Kelly started talking about the rattlesnakes being nocturnal animals and that she had seen one on her practice hike the night before! The Hoo Doos were so beautiful against the star and moonlit sky I soon forgot the critters of the night and savored the moment. So, what is your favorite National Park? Do you know the difference between a National Park and a National Monument? ...