Red Brick Inn of Panguitch B&B

Address: 161 North 100 West, Panguitch, Utah, 84759, United States | B&B
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This B&B is located on 161 North 100 West, Panguitch.
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    Travel Blogs from Panguitch

    Pipe Spring National Monument

    A travel blog entry by agoard on Sep 07, 2015

    4 comments, 1 photo

    ... One room was designated as the telegraph office and her living quarters. She was the only person with her own room. The polygamist issue really collapsed the ownership of Pipe Springs - apparently the LDS lost ownership through penalties involved in the Edmunds-Tucker Act and in the early 1900's the Federal Parks became involved. Last story of this enjoyable stop and Ranger led tour - as I walked into the courtyard of the Fort, another ...


    A travel blog entry by dianneonthego on Jul 31, 2015

    2 comments, 24 photos

    ... I have the time I want to take advantage of being able to visit all 50 states. If all goes well, I will be back in Tampa September 3 in time for Labor Day. If you have any suggestions for places I should stop and see, please let me know.
    Thought for today
    To love what you do and feel that it could anything be more fun!




    A Promotion !

    A travel blog entry by dianneonthego on Jul 06, 2015

    1 comment, 11 photos

    ... formed. See photos. Hoodoos and fins have a crusty top layer or cap called a dolomite which protects the lower layers from acid rain and weathering. Over time, the dolomite, made of magnesium carbonate , disintegrates and the hoodoo slowly erodes into a "break" or what I would call a hill or pile of sandstone.
    People ask why they are called hoodoos. There are many Paiute Indian lore stories plus some tales that say the hoodoos ...

    Up up and Away!

    A travel blog entry by dianneonthego on Jun 29, 2015

    1 comment, 29 photos

    ... Fest last weekend, June 26-28. I went all three days.
    I checked out the event on the Internet and read that Friday was press day but the balloonists were from out of town and would need crew and it might be possible to catch a ride. I invited lots of people who work in the park to go but Stevie, a geology intern from Southern Utah University was the only one willing to get up before daybreak to drive to Panguitch with me. I picked her up at 5:00 AM and ...

    Summer Festivals

    A travel blog entry by dianneonthego on Jun 25, 2015

    6 photos

    ... festivals here in the summer. People get cabin fever during the long winters. Sure some folks snowshoe but I doubt that that is how the majority bide their time. The average snowfall in January alone is 72 inches. Being stuck indoors during the winter provides time for folks to plan summer festivals. Not a week goes by during the summer but what there is a festival close by. They celebrate everything: Prairie ...

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