Red Brick Inn of Panguitch B&B
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... Bryce, so we decided to drive to Rainbow Point and then hit all of the viewpoints on our way back. When we reached Rainbow Pt, the parking lot was packed. We drove around and around until someone left.
We rushed to the viewpoint and there it was.......FOG. Nothing but fog. We occasionally would get glimpses through the fog, but there was little to see. Oh well. We'll just stop along the way back and see if the fog clears. At one point, we saw a couple of ravens just hanging ...
... of the canyon – about 600 feet down and less than a mile. We said, "sure, we can do that." And we did, but we also had to come back up. It was a beautiful trail in and out of slot canyons where pine trees somehow manage to grow up through the rocks where there isn't any sun. It was so peaceful in some of the areas.
On the trip down we had to walk on trails about 3 to 4 feet wide on the sides of the mountain. John and I laughed at Karen, ...
... it was formed by ice & water thawing & freezing – which occurs 200 days a year, as well as wind. Unlike Zion NP this ridge is quite well forested with Bristlecone pines, Douglas Fir, White Fir, Blue Spruce and Quaking Aspen. Many of them looked dead. This is a result of a combination of things like lightning strikes, severe winter temps, fires & pine beetle.
We drove past a meadow where a mother & baby pronghorn (like antelope, but ...
Good Morning America! Day 4 of traveling across the USA and still going strong. Geez, I never cease to surprise myself. You can't get me to sit still in a movie that is over 3 hours before I get the wiggles, yet I've had 15 hour drive days and its not so bad. Just goes to show it all just lives in the head. We stayed in Fillmore, UT. For this who may not know (I didn't know until I googled), Fillmore was considered the "last frontier" for growth in ...
... cleaned up and catching up with e-mail and the blog updates in the lobby, since Wifi is not available in the cabins. Mac and Josie spent their time in the lobby playing Minecraft (Mac) and Animal Jam (Josie).
Most of the afternoon was spent in the lobby, Mark working on his photos, Cheryl working on the blog and reading, Josie playing Animal Jam. Our house/dog sitter has been sending wonderful updates from home, and today she sent ...