Torrey Schoolhouse B&B Inn
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Travel Blogs from Torrey
... Highway 1 (the Pacific Coast Highway), New Hampshire’s Kancamagus Highway (which Ray and I rode in 2012) and the Blue Ridge Parkway (which Ray and I have ridden twice, once in each direction). Also on the gotta-go-ride-it lists: Trail Ridge Road and the Million Dollar Highway, both in Colorado’s Rocky Mountains. We’ll ride them next week. Parts of UT-12 were built by in the 1930s by the Civilian Conservation Corps, a work ...
... for a living and she had taken up photography in self-defence. They were hoping to go to Wales the following year as he had been told that it was stunning. We replied that it was very green and could be wet; very different from the views around Utah!
We found the parking for the trailhead by the river and slotted into the final gap. Everyone else had obviously been early. It is possible to walk the length of the Escalante River to Lake Powell ...
... by this place and pulled up to the bar with two local boys. When I say local, they live in town but originally come from Penn State, as they put it. One of them spent about five months Downunder so he understood me perfectly. He's keen for a ride in the Dodge and will show me around all the good spots tomorrow if I will pick him up. Done deal. Truly, America really does have some lovely people in it.
Must remember to not ...
... leading to Capital Reef beautifully. Waterpocket Fold is a fault 100 miles long created 65 million years ago. Early travellers gave it the seaman's term 'reef' for an impassable barrier, hence the name of the park.
Next morning, we left Torrey and took highway 24 which runs alongside the Fremont River, where it cuts through Capitol ...
... island, is incomprehensible until you see it for yourself. It seems they have everything you could possibly wish for in this diverse land and they are quite understandably very proud if it. I am proud to be visiting it, albeit briefly.
On the route we turned off to visit the Kodachrome Basin, a spectacle of towering sandstone chimneys, some as tall as 170 feet. This is semi- desert but the pillars were ...
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