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... then he appeared saying its spooky & must be haunted! I called the lady & she came to show us to our rooms, it was a very old Victorian house, with Baths (tubs) in each room & very old furniture. We again asked about restaurants, same reply, only one in Mount Pleasant a Mexican. We asked if there was a bar or liqueur store, we got an odd reply about no, not sure, don't drink. Before she left we asked about keys, she looked at ...
24 .7. 2014
following day we entered Utah and where
heading for a free campsite that Michelle found on her tireless searches on the
internet, just south of Salt Lake City.
After some stops for internet we arrived at Burraston Ponds by late
afternoon. Now that was a real jewel of
a find. It consist of three ponds all fed by underground sprigs and only local
Families bring there kids to swim ...
... an ant in an ant farm.
The drive from Bryce to Zion was the shortest yet at only 1 hour and 45 minutes. We had to drive thru part of the park and it was gorgeous. Adam stopped every minute to take a photo.
We arrived in the afternoon to our hotel by Zion Park, the Desert Pearl Inn. It is our favorite hotel yet. We have a nice big unit with a patio that leads straight to a lawn and the ...
... Bryce Canyon, on motorway for once (Interstate 15). Weather still threatening thunder. Stopped for ice, food and lunch in the small town Nephi which had very helpful local history and visitor centre. Had picnic lunch with hot chicken from store -- at benches in front of visitor centre. It was mid afternoon and we could either drive til dark for arrival at Bryce Canyon, or look for somewhere near Nephi. They gave us list of local camping places.
... They stop many times and the buses run often. You never have more than a seven minute wait at a bus stop.
We started by going to the last stop - Temple of Sinawava. Since it was a paved path we walked it. I didn’t realize it was a mile each way and there really wasn’t anything special to see at the end of this path. You need to hike on very uneven ground to get to where the cliff walls meet. I heard a ranger telling someone who was going to do it to get a walking ...