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... the intense heat, then we headed into the
town of Springdale, right outside the park entrance to visit the
local rock shop to check out the huge chunks of ores, glass, and
geodes on display, and to grab a cold drink while using the free wifi
at a cafe. We fit in a hike on the Emerald Pools Trail before more
storms drove us home for a late dinner. This will be our third night
here, the longest we will be in one place, and we are packing up
again in the ...
... for the dining room. Our appetites were small, but our spirits were high. While we waited for a table, the kids were more than happy to kill time in the gift shop. A couple of quick hands of Uno passed the time before food was served. Dinner was light but full of ambience in the lodge’s timbered dining room.
After dinner, we were back in the cabin to get ready for bed. It was a long, but butte-iful day!
Tomorrow: Exploring Bryce and the Hoodoos
... the park, at 9,105 feet. From here, you can see the Aquarius Plateau, Bryce Amphitheater, the Henry Mountains, the Vermilion Cliffs and the White Cliffs. There are more than 50 miles of hiking trails in the park, including routes that wind around hoodoos and majestic pines. Today, Ray and I leave the hiking to others. But to show you what a full-service blog this is, I'm posting a bonus blog photo of hiking in Bryce Canyon: Sarah and me in ...
A Little History Zion
Designated in 1919, Zion is Utah's oldest national park. The park is
known for its incredible canyons and spectacular views. Famous hikes
including The Narrows, Subway, and Angels Landing attract adventure
enthusiasts from around the world. ...
Glendale is a town in Kane County, Utah, United States. The population was 355 at the 2000 census. It was founded in 1862 by Mormon pioneers John and William Berry, abandoned in 1866 due to Indian attacks, and ...