Torrey Schoolhouse B&B Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... are cut into the side of the mountain, and there is a steep rise on one side and a steep drop on the other. But in this case, the road was built on the plateau, and the plateau just kept getting narrower and narrower until there was very little shoulder left on either side of the road. Luckily there was a pullout at the summit, so we stopped to take some pictures, but I'm not sure they really show how quickly the sides dropped off on either side of ...
It's been a relatively quiet day today. We didn't travel a huge distance and we only went to the one National Park, Capitol Reef. Some of the roads were closed so we didn't see it all. What we did see was more amazing rock formations where this time it was the different coloured layers of rock that were ...
... or worse, went sour and the cans exploded over the mail bags! Or so the stories go.
Then we had the climb up Boulder Mountain, up around 9,400 feet and the views were amazing yet again. The trees there, probably Aspen,were still without leaves, but there was quite a bit of snow and the deer beside the road looked very much part of the scene. Below was Bown's Reservoir, Waterpocket Fold, the Henry Mountains ...
... tiny towns in the middle of the desert.
We arrived at our Hotel by 7pm and soon sat down to a steak dinner (very nice). SJ enjoyed her steak too and ate all of it. At dinner we learnt a little about Utah State drinking laws. Matt was allowed to have a beer and a glass of wine at the table at the same time. Jen, however, was not able to have a glass of red wine until her glass of white was finished – it is illegal to have 2 glasses ...
... which kept the car cool while we were hiking, but we were still worried that the hounds might be overheating. We tried to urge the kids to walk faster, but they were hitting their walls of exhaustion. A did pretty good, but E was fussy nearly the entire hike back. D figured out that if she told her stories that she would stop crying, which worked until she ran out of stories to tell. But we all made it back, and the poochies were safe and sound in the ...