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Travel Blogs from Panguitch
... having lost footing and just hanging in the air. One thing we didn't see over this almost 2-mile stretch? People! Once we left the overlook at Bryce Canyon, we didn't see any other hikers on the trail until we got to the next scenic overlook. We were amazed that nobody else ventured out on this beautiful section of Bryce, especially since the Rim trail is super easy - it actually starts at a higher elevation than it ends, making for a ...
... our pass into the park, she told Red it was his turn to sing. So he let out a Waltzing Matilda rendition as we drove off, I laughed til I cried. We spent the afternoon checking out the spectacular scenery while dodging the drizzling rain at each point of interest. It was such a shame the day was so dull. We were lucky enough to see so many deer including a doe with her two fawn. We even saw two young bucks. Red Canyon, ...
... of these formations are like no other and the formations are only in this area of the world. Other worldly does not even begin to describe it here.
I have done this trail before and could not wait for Mike and the children to see the Amphitheater. Sunset Point has the most impressive view of this Amphitheater. From this one point you see carvings as far as the eyes can see with a beautiful valley off in the distance. Nothing ...
... post office and I hope we can straighten this out quickly. Mail seems redundant these days and most of ours is advertisement in one manner or another. However… every once in a while, you receive something important that needs your immediate attention. Just hope that time is not now!
Calls, e-mails done and 4 loads of laundry later it is 2 a.m. Everyone else is asleep and I am done. This doesn’t seem that different from home after all!
the 8 viewing points on the route back. The only problem is once you have seen
the horizon to horizon view, the view is the view and seeing it again, albeit
from 8 slightly different positions, loses some of the initial impact. The
exception was Natural Bridge, where there was a natural Arch through which you
could see the view ….
We have loved Bryce Canyon, have done the best bits and so tomorrow we are
off to Lake Powell.