Red Brick Inn of Panguitch B&B
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... a couple of days ago, but I am glad I did. The annual pass costs only $80 (entries at Zion and Bryce are $25 each), and it gets you into more than 2000 federal recreation areas across the nation. And the passports? Those are just plain cool. You can get a little passport book at most visitor centers, then collect stamps at each national park or state historic site you visit.
After passing through the tunnels that had been carved into the sandstone so ...
... than the one that awaits you when you step out there (review here: http://www.tripadvisor.com/ShowUserRevi ews-g143015-d536280-r170477631-Mossy_Ca ve_Trail-Bryce_Canyon_National_Park_Uta h.html).
We returned to the rim to walk a bit further and then grilled hot dogs at the picnic area that adjoins the north campground (since we weren't especially impressed with any of the ...
... in the water.
It was actually pretty cool to see how quickly you began floating when you sat down. Landry also had fun skiping rocks on the water. We all got in after some debate. Margaret was the first to get in all the way, then I decided this was my only chance. Lanton really had to be convinced.
We than we headed to our campground. It was much cooler as we headed to Panguitch. After checking in and getting wood, we ...
... our RV. Quick showers and bed. I hope for the children to nap as we plan to see an astronomy program tonight that begins at 9 and ends late but alas not one of my children sleeps. But they at least rested.
Bryce Canyon is famous for Hoodoos and dark skies. After a wonderful spaghetti dinner with salad and garlic cheese bread, we headed to an astronomy program about Astronomy Through the Ages. It was a slide show of all the ...
... Trail for the ascent. Going down was interesting, the route is
fairly steep, but then you always have to climb to get back. The whole journey
was only 3 miles, but it took a couple of hours. It was all those stops to take
photographs. The scenery is just amazing.
Then a quick trip to the Canyon Visitors Centre and on to
‘Bryce Canyon City’ ( 2 Gas Stations, ...
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