Torrey Schoolhouse B&B Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... as we tourists do like to drink, and they get lots of tourists. Arrived in Torrey at 2 pm, early enough to grab a bite and head out for a sightsee on highway 24 ("Journey through Time, Scenic Byway" noted on map) towards (but not to) Bryce Canyon, where we were awed once again with the surprising scenery. There were the red rocks and canyons – we were ready for them, but WOW. What we weren’t expecting was a climb up to ...
... old barns around.
The other thing the clouds have impacted is to be able to see the stars out here, as well as the super moon and the yearly meteor shower over Bryce.
Firstly we went to the Gifford Homestead where I read you can get beautiful homemade fruit pies, hoping to get lunch as again it was after 2 pm. It wasn't as I thought. They did sell the pies, but not as a coffee shop. Anyhow we bought a peach pie and a mixed berry pie, $6 each, plus tax, & 2 ...
... a pay phone. The attendant in the garage said he had not seen one in years! We were running out of options. Fortunately the same guy came and asked if he could help and offered us to use his mobile phone. I call BW and try to change the booking1 hour and many calls later we get a reservation at Torrey which is near Capitol Reef National Park. We offer to pay for the calls the guy would not accept anything we give him ...
... strange pain in my good knee during the ride that day. I was not sure if it was due to all those hill climbs. So perhaps it was a good thing there was no more riding. Upon our return to CO, as I was unpacking the bob trailer bag, I discovered that Lee had a machete hidden in there!!! It was at the very bottom of the bag. Good heavens! Lee’s response to my reaction upon finding his hidden weapon was: "You never know…" All ...
... rivers, camping, hunting and cooking tips, etc, etc, there was an extensive chapter on dealing with the Indians, especially fighting them. Much has changed for guidebook writers these days!
The Grifford Farmhouse is today the heart of the old settlement of Fruita which was once a small vibrant Mormon community, and an oasis of green amongst the red raw rock. The farmland along the Fremont River, whose waters have long been harnessed by ...