Escalante Outfitters, Inc -- The Bunkhouse
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So it has been a few weeks since my last outing, and I have been restless to get out again. Linda and I headed back to Utah for another old lady adventure. We stayed in a hotel in a small town just outside of Capitol Reef National Park. After the long drive over I headed the bed early, for tomorrow we set out after breakfast to lower calf creek …
... the Kayenta Trail, which rose along a valley wall to connect with a track to a waterfall - The Emerald Pools.
The air was lovely in the shade, but the sun and the steep climb which did have a precarious edge made us hot, so there were plenty of water breaks, and we found a nice gully with a view down the canyon for lunch.
The walk to the waterfall was worth it, even though it was reduced to a trickle.
The walk back on a wheel chair ...
Today we head out to get some pictures of the area. This area has more trees, but still mind blowing rock formations. We travel to Bryce Canyon National Park to see the Hoodoos. This park also has a great shuttle service and picks you up outside the park at Ruby’s Inn. This is a wonderful place to stop and eat at the restaurant. We have the buffet and it is well worth the price.
Nicely fed, we head off on the shuttle. This is similar ...
... the amphitheatre, in brilliant sunlight. Stopped to watch some amusing Prairie Dogs, and also spotted a Pronghorn. Left the park and set off South, but got to a very muddy, slippery dirt road. We turned back and camped at a great spot in Kodachrome Basin State Park, its towering sandstone chimneys (sedimentary pipes) looking impressive, to investigate in the morning. First camp in a while with non-bear proof rubbish bins. No ...
Although we hadn't originally planned to visit Bryce Canyon National Park, several people had said it was worth just doing the scenic drive so, since we would be driving right past it en route to our next stop, we decided to make the detour after leaving Zion on Sunday, October 5th. ...