Red Brick Inn of Panguitch B&B
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... was the time that we needed to pitch our tents, set up the cooking equipment and make dinner. It did not bode well. The weather forecast did not provide us with any hope that it was going to abate at any point soon. Jen made some phone calls, while we took shelter in the local Best Western hotel. Finally, Jen called us with some news. She had found an alternative provision for us to sleep in this evening. We were all speculating on what it could be - was it the Best Western? Real ...
... homes here. A lot of Mormans or Church of the Latter Day Saint live here, Utah apparently has the highest Literacy level in the USA.
On our way now to Zion National Park on the Colorada Plateau - pay to enter - 2,000 ft of sandstone on either side. Stopped at the Zion Visitors Centre - walked to see the Emerald Pool - uphill and then down in the heat...not much water at this stage and no waterfall. Caught the shuttle to another river ...
... were there, taking time out from their trip to watch the soccer game. They probably didn’t even notice us.
Back in the car, we headed for Capital Reef.We found out about this drive from our mechanic, Howard. It’s a 16-mile drive through more amazing scenery. The rocks have changed colors once more. They are less red, more tan. At one of the turnouts for a scenic view, you could see for miles and miles. A sign indicated that this area had ...
... 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 ...
... settlers. The return trip, of course, was even harder because they had to carry the flour over the mountain.
If you visit Panguitch in the spring, you may learn all about the "Quilt Walk" during the Annual Quilt Walk Festival. Local quilters show quilts they have made. Both pieced and embroidered quilts, made both by hand and machine, are among the many heirlooms on display. There is also a pioneer feast ...