Red Brick Inn of Panguitch B&B
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Travel Blogs from Panguitch
... Mac’s new friend, Yulan. We invited her to join us for dinner, but she said that, no, she had already had her dinner, but thank you anyhow.
Sitting in the lobby all of that time gave us all a chill, as the front door and many windows were open and the temps had dropped. So for dinner we all wanted something to warm us up. Mark and Cheryl had the bison stew with a salad: Mac and Josie opted for chicken tenders and grilled ...
Came back up to the rim, up Wall street a part of the Navajo loop. It was a steep 1 km switchback walk as we squeezed through the very skyscraper walls. Walked the 1.6 Km rim walk from Sunset Point to Sunrise Point back to the car. We saw a pronghorn deer and Prairie dog just behind the Lodge.
Manuwai hunted down four hoodoo markers on our park and was rewarded for his efforts at the parks office.
... first hike of the day. We headed down off the rim of the canyon into a wonderland of rock formations, on the Queens Garden Trail; this was a .9 mile hike down the cliff face over numerous switchbacks and down some steep grades. The trek down was strenuous, and all the time I kept thinking that for every step down we had to climb back up the same number of steps. It was wonderful being able to walk around and through these spectacular rock
... ranger station - easy trade-off for clean, hot showers. As usual, we had a campfire after our showers and enjoyed more pudgie piegoodness. The next day, it was time for the much-anticipated Bryce Canyon National Park. I had heard some reviews indicating that Bryce Canyon is just as impressive as the Grand Canyon, so my expectations were high. I haven't been to the Grand Canyon yet, but how could any other canyon compare? We asked a park employee about ...
... its final furlong to the knackery. I wanted something with a bit of spice. The cowboys had a great sense of humour, too. I heard one Dutch tourist tell them he'd never ridden before. They said, "Perfect, because we have a horse back here that's never been ridden." I think the joke went over the guy's head but I had a good giggle imagining how that would play out.
The horse they gave me was called what I suspect to be Walweep. Struck a ...
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- Continental Breakfast
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- Free parking