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... 8217;t contain my excitement and then I stopped dead in my tracks, a full smile plastered across my face, eyes bulging wide, and took a deep breath of air into my lungs. I had made it! It’s such a feeling of accomplishment getting to where you are going. I find myself living for these moments, seeking them out like never before. There were a few groups of people down there sitting in the cool sand, with a gentle mist from the waterfall washing over ...
... SR-12 crosses the Escalante River. The rich red terrain turned to white, smooth, rolling rock. A couple tough hills later, and I was in another world. Sandstone cliffs jetted up around the road and the sound of the parallel river roared. I was now biking through an oasis when just an hour before, I was in farm country. I was blown away by this new environment. I kept having to stop my bike to smooth out my goosebumps and ...
... it and if there’s time we’ll do a little research, but it’s not the main focus, just an awesome little bonus when it happens.
I don’t know if it was this change in perspective or how beautiful it was, but we definitely noticed that things felt different. We knew in Utah that we wanted to see Bryce Canyon National Park and then go on to Zion National Park so the only things we needed to figure out were where to stay and ...
... two story building in Escalante). I suspect the views from the first floor of the Pioneer are good, and it is newer than the Circle D but from the road it appears quite soulless. Which shows how appearances deceive as it definitely wasn't soulless in the restaurant at breakfast the next morning with a friendly waitress and good food (more than we could eat as usual). Buying our picnic lunch turned into a frustrating affair...we tried the Esca-Latte cafe connected ...
... other creatures. We saw some plant life including princess plume.
Our lunch stop was in Hanksville at Blondie's. The drive along Highway 24 was full of colorful cottonwoods trees. We entered Capitol Reef National Park and went to the Visitor Center.
Fruita, named for its fruit orchards, is the remnant of a 200 acre frontier settlement that hugs the Fremont River and Sulphur Creek. Mormon pioneers came here in the ...