Red Brick Inn of Panguitch B&B

Address: 161 North 100 West, Panguitch, Utah, 84759, United States | B&B
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      Cedar City to Bryce Canyon

      A travel blog entry by bannda on Sep 21, 2014

      1 comment, 50 photos

      ... back to the amphitheater for sunset pics. The sunset was less than spectacular and I was surprised that the rocks did not light up more. I guess I was expecting it to be more along the lines of Sedona or the Grand Canyon. Still, it was a nice way to spend an hour. We headed back to our cabin and settled in for the night. Sadly, only one night was available in this cabin. We would be checking out in the morning and checking into the lodge later the next day.


      Day Eleven

      A travel blog entry by cathyjanu on Aug 27, 2014

      14 photos

      ... also noticed that most of the people going up and down the trail were foreigners. We heard French, Italian, German and either Chinese or Japanese. We felt that we were in the minority. However, it is great that these people are coming to our country to spend their money and add to our economy. They all seemed very appreciative of our beautiful country.

      The trip up from the bottom was brutal. I will be 65 years old on Friday and I am pretty proud ...

      How do you Hoodoo?

      A travel blog entry by ruthii on Aug 18, 2014

      ... and exploding section by section. Due to the nature of the weather here, they had to blast 6 large rock windows into the side of the tunnel to keep the air flowing through the tunnel and allowing the workers to breathe. Now these windows provide stunning vistas to the the drivers as they pass through the mile-long tunnel. Beautifully framed by the stone openings, it Is like a picture perfectly mounted on a vast, black museum wall.
      Continuing the drive, we passed through ...

      Day 8: Another day in Bryce

      A travel blog entry by on Jun 26, 2014

      1 comment, 19 photos

      ... thought it was all in vain because of the cloudy skies. We also found a spot where we had read that the UT prairie dogs have taken residence. We saw them, but they were too far away to get any good pictures. Our Zoom lens isn’t far enough!

      After the final overlook point in the amphitheater, we were all tired and hungry, so we packed it in early and headed back to the hotel at about 4. We had some snacks (girls ...

      Hunting Hoodoos at Bryce Canyon

      A travel blog entry by melinaoatley on Jun 20, 2014

      30 photos

      ... Amphitheatre. There were lots of ups and down walking to get around hoodoos.There weren't many people on the trail and it was amazing to be at the foot of some huge structures which at times seemed to defy gravity.

      Met up with the horse riders at the halfway point (as the peekaboo trail is a shared trail). Having seen some of the horseshoe prints at the edge of the paths it is surprising they don't go off ...

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