Red Brick Inn of Panguitch B&B
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... completely soaked through to the skin. So, we set off for the diner, known locally as the best place to eat in the area. When we arrived, they knew Jen and so made room for 10 hungry, tired, wet and apprehensive travellers. The menu was packed with good, old-fashioned American food, and we ate like kings - it really was delicious and we were making the best of a bad situation. We also found plug sockets around the table where we were able to get a little bit of charge into ...
... through Red Canyon National Forest. (We now know the difference between a National Park and a National Forest. A National Park is operated by Dept. of Interior and is very regulated and protected -many strict policies no flexibility in rules and regs. A National Forest is operated by the Dept. of Agriculture and they can control what happens with more flexibility such as hunting, public access, and make changes ...
... loop trail which highlights three natural bridge arches.
The drive was easy and pleasant with good views of all three of the arch bridges, Kachina, Sipapu and Owachomo. Mark snapped away at the scenery. It was hot, so we made quick time of this loop trail, completing the 9 miles by car in about 45 minutes.
The road between Natural Bridges and Capital Reef included the Glen Canyon National Recreation area. We had never heard of this area ...
After the horse ride it was back to the hotel for a shower. Then another shower, and then finally a third shower until only a faint whiff of horse remained. Then it was time to find dinner. If you ever find yourself in Panguitch looking to eat after about 6pm...good luck. It is a ghost town. We finally found one diner which was open and fairly busy (probably because it was the only place open) so we had a meal there before returning to ...
... that were slowly melting. From the top of the peak we had a 360 degree view of the surrounding mountains, valleys and towns; it was a fantastic view and we would have stayed longer except for the wind. Turning south on UT Rt. 148 we stopped at the visitor’s center for the “Cedar Breaks National Monument” where the principal attraction is the amphitheater shaped canyon of beautifully colored rock ...