Torrey Pines Bed and Breakfast Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... Caution Motorcycles: Very Sharp Curves Next 20 Miles". We were veterans of many twisty roads so far on this trip, so we weren't worried, just a little surprised by the sign. And the curves ahead were about typical for mountain roads with switchbacks to get us up and down the mountains.
Then as we were heading to the summit of one of the mountains at about 9100 feet, the ground began to fall away on both sides of the road! Normally, ...
... Once again it is too hot to hike far so we take the shuttle back to the car. We are going to have to come back in April or October when the heat has gone.
Today is a day of rest. I finish off the curtains and we lounge around the campground. Guenther is not feeling well and I think the constant heat and altitudes are getting to him. So we take it easy today. Tomorrow we are off to Torrey, Utah. This is an even higher elevation (around 11000’). ...
... the Anasazi State Museum to see a display of artefacts (a.D.1050-1175), excavated on-site. Nearby the gorgeous scene of the ice on the irrigation device even around midday deserved a photo. Would you believe that Boulder was so isolated that until 1935 mail was delivered by horseback rider, and fresh milk, by mules to Escalante. Evidently sometimes the milk often turned to butter while travelling over the ...
... could just squeeze us in. Then we began our four hour drive due south to Torrey.
The roads were jam packed for 40km out of Salt Lake City and then seemed to ease off. The photos tell the story of the girls' trip – zonked. We navigated our way down some big Inter-State Highways and also some smaller back roads; our first real taste of the States outside of National Parks and big cities. Heaps of agriculture, mainly beef, ...
... a relatively short canyon (shorter than any of the previous canyons I had visited this trip), so we didn’t spend a lot of time climbing there. As we started to turn back, we noticed a small bird nest perched on the canyon wall, and then we noticed a small tiny just born baby bird wiggling in there. We were careful not to disturb, but took several photos before heading back out.
The temperatures were nice, with a fair amount of clouds in ...