Red Brick Inn of Panguitch B&B
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... cost about $300.00 and we knew we had no guarantee of getting to go up but just being on a crew is exciting and a fun experience. Once the balloon launches, if you are on the ground, you are now on the "chase team.". This means you keep an eye on your balloon and follow it by car. The chase team and pilot have 2-way radios for air to ground communication. Air currents and elevation determine the direction the balloon goes so the pilot has very ...
... got worse. The road was leaning sideways and on one side was a deep ditch. If I slid down in the ditch, I would not get the Highlander out. I was so nervous as I crept along. The boys and I did not talk as I drove this part. Finally I got through that area and found a place to park. I was sweating bullets about the return trip but once I was on the road, I was committed. There was no way out ...
... world to photograph. :). Did I tell you we went out on the rim about 11:30 at night last week and watched the Milky Way rise over the rim of the canyon. OM it was spectacular. The night was chilly so as we laid down on the concrete at the edge of the rim, Fran, EJ and I snuggled close to another family who had come out to see the stars. Weird when you think about laying down with strangers, . . but it was such a specular ...
... wet a couple of times but for the most part the weather cooperated.
After we finished the southern road we went into the area closer to the lodges. We went down to Paria view and Bryce view. But on our way back to Inspiration point we came upon a RV blocking the road. He had not made the turn and ended up 2 feet up the hill and completely crooked with his tow vehicle. It was kind of a blind curve so mom walked back to waive down any traffic ...
... The optional free bus system starts running at 8:00am. It is a short walk to the bus stop from our RV to the front of the park. The morning is cool, so we dress in layers with a jacket on top. Very soon we learn that temperatures go up typically by 40 degrees between dawn and early afternoon. We begin stripping layers early.
We head first to Sunset Point in order to view the progressing Sunrise (go figure). Our first sight of the canyon takes our breath ...