The Mayor's House Bed and Breakfast
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... don’t even bother to tell you what the incline is, just 'steep with sharp curves’. It was actually a beautiful trip through the forest and up the hill. I can’t tell you much about the beauty on the way down as I had my eyes closed – especially going around the outside of 180 degree turns with no guard rail and a 500 foot drop beside the crumbling edge of the road. I do know Peg was busy clicking away at the scenic vistas below with the ...
... that was going to be different. So said Trotter. So said the ranger at the ticket desk. So said all the signs. If you were afraid of heights or if you were claustrophobic, this tour was not for you. The guide at Balcony House was patient enough to explain us how to remain focussed when climbing the ladders to go from one level of the rock houses to the next. Don't look down. Don't look up either. Just look in front of you and think of this one ...
... the arches. There are something like 2000 arches in Arches NP, at the moment, but the process is ongoing. Periodically, arches collapse, and there are many places where there are clearly arches in the making. I doubt we'll be around long enough to see much change, though; we're still talking development on a geologic scale.
I asked why there are arches here and not, say, in Colorado National Monument, ...
... recommend it for pure adventure.
The still photos probably don't do the experience justice but they at least give an ideal.
Mike dropped us back into town at 11am and after chatting and browsing their shop we walked along Main Street to find an early lunch. Having been up so early and been out in the sun all morning we headed back to the hotel for a bit of a chill and a snooze.
With the ...
... restoring buildings and setting up this place as a tribute to the hardships the pioneers had getting there (Mormon pioneers, of course-- they had dramatic stories of plunging down canyon slopes in covered wagons). It was very pleasant to visit with him and it was also the first time I have been referred to as Charlie's "missus". We briefly walked around (leaving Maggie in the car) and stopped at the gift shop for postcards where a woman whose ...