Escalante Outfitters, Inc -- The Bunkhouse
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Escalante
... 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 ...
... usually, but the hike was terrific, from easy to moderate to difficult. I did it all and even surprised M.J. Coming down, I did run out of steam and thought I'd never see the end. Got some great pictures along the way and M.J. was a sport watching out for this old gal. In the hail, her face was getting hit quite badly and I could hear an OUCH every once in a while til she put a bandana on. Bike handles all very ...
... straight for us. We quickly put everything away and Elizabeth, Reig, Jon and I made it into the camper just as the rain and wind hit. Lightening was crashing down around us and the whole truck and camper were rocking back and forth from the wind. It was a little scary but it passed over fairly quickly. Luckily Elizabeth and Reig's tent survived the storm so we left the dishes and went to ...
... it was an easier climb than what we had anticipated.
That day we met only one other touring cyclist going in the opposite direction.
After the first two days, we had really started to enjoy large parts of our daily rides a lot more. Maybe it was partly due to ditching all that extra weight. Apart from the very first hill of the day, the one that had given Lee nightmares the night before, we only had one other major hill to contend with. And ...
... of the day. No cellphone reception yet again, but we did have TV. Other than a small store that was open for only a few hours a day, there was also an RV park further up the road. There was no restaurant close by, so we made up a meal of two-minute noodles, crackers and some other ‘tasty’ things. The sunset was beautiful! The arrival of dusk sent me inside, as I was not prepared to have any unannounced visits by snakes, spiders or ...