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Travel Blogs from Cedar City
... remainder of the scenic byway 12 to Panguitch where it ends. We then drove on scenic byway U-143, first time ever we have both seen a sign warning you that you are not on a particular road (THIS IS NOT THE 8)9!! Rich doubted my road selection but all worked out well. We drove via Panguitch Lake, which looks like a great place to holiday, on to Brian Head, this byway is called the Patchwork Pathway which is a true description of ...
... the bottom of a lake) worn by Mother Nature over the years into funny shapes. It's very picturesque, shamefully I think I remember it from a Britney Spears music video! It was amazing scenery throughout the national park, with every step there was a new angle, new light and another photo to take! Ill keep it short and sweet and just let the photos show you what I ...
... 8217;t too bad at all. It involved a tiny bit of slick rock climbing, but thankfully there was a handy tree to hang onto. There was also a little bit of squeezing under rocks; not a good time to have big boobs! I managed to hurt my leg, by walking into a piece of tree! The tree won! My leg was throbbing; it had cut me through my trousers and was already starting to sell up and change colour. Not a good start!
We soon reached the point of our first ...
... it. You twist through the canyon, following where the water flows and get first hand sight of the erosion, tracing parallel lines through the rocks, just amazing. Then climbing above the canyon to the fork in the track, where we broke into the sun, and could see the top of the valley around us, above us for the first time. What comes next; climbing the most winding, steep narrow path upwards. Waiting at every turn to get to the top, but never getting there. You know ...
... 5970, max was 6169, climbed 8616 ft.
Martin's movie moment:
But you didn't ask me why yesterday's title was Hooray for Hollywood.Well - I'll tell you .From the 20s for nearly 50 years Kanab served as the centre for filming remote locations away from Hollywood proper in LA. Most of the big named stars and some of the most famous old films,particularly Westerns were shot there.The locals were well used to being used as doubles or ...
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