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Travel Blogs from Panguitch
... and printing. I will be collecting photographs of flowers for the next couple weeks while I am out hiking. Yesterday I took a government vehicle and spent my day off visiting Red Canyon and Cedar Breaks to collect information and ideas for the brochure. Cedar Breaks (50 miles away) is having a wild flower festival this month so it was in in full bloom.
My Rim Walk talk
The topic of my 75 minute "rim walk" is Trees. The following is a small part of my ...
... I was dragging at the end and had to stop to rest a few times during the last half mile. My water supply was low. Next time I will take more water.
Some Geology about Bryce:Bryce is near the top of the "Grand Staircase". The Grand Canyo is at the lower end. Imagine a layered cake with about a dozed layers. Each layer was formed long ago by sediments being deposited from the water flowing over the area. There was a seaway ...
... to start talking to folks and within minutes we found ourselves talking to a local character in a cool hat named Gary. He said "stick with me...I will get you up."...at the time it looked like our best option so, after the pilot's briefing, we followed him out to the field. At first he couldn't find the balloon truck called "Gene's Dream". I began thinking...maybe following him was a big mistake.. An official with a clipboard came over to us and ...
... someone say Dancing? I am there. On Friday I work from 11-8 but I might slip over to Panguitch at 6:00 AM to see if I can help crew a balloon. Hot Air Ballooning is like floating on a cloud. Love it! If you haven't tried it...add it to your "Bucket List".
Today's pictures are from Bryce. It is so beautiful here, I never tire of looking at the ever changing rocks as light dances over them.
... Milky Way rise over the rim of the canyon so twice they were able to take advantage of the Dark Sky. It is amazing how few people in the US have ever seen our Milky Way. They said " the stars are so big and beautiful. They seem so close! "
We attended a church service here in the park. It is held every Sunday and is run by volunteers who work in the park. They had guitar music, prayers, Bible ...