Meadow View Cabins At Duck Creek Village
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... the way. You will surely get bored by the red rock HooDoo's.
So now the explanation. A HooDoo is a pinnacle or odd-shaped rock left standing by the forces of erosion.
I have lots of video clips of each viewpoint because still pictures just don't do the actual view you see justice. If I can't upload the video's soon I will do when I get back.
We stopped for lunch at a roadside table and enjoyed ...
... English and an Italian family who we were able to chat with quite a bit. After dinner, there was a Western music show with 5 singers, one playing a double bass, one a violin & 3 guitars. One of them had been Ray, our shuttle driver this morning. They were very, very good and very entertaining. It was sure fun to hear the themes again from Rawhide & Bonanza. I’m not sure whether those from European countries would have known them. It finished at ...
Attention Campers! Bryce and Zion National Parks are the place to be if you love the outdoors. Absolutely breathtaking! Something you should know... if a mountain lion approaches you, don't run, don't move, stand up tall and stare 'em down.... give your most aggressive look. I don't believe anyone has survived yet, but it sounded good on the park plaque.
Just flew by Vegas... My new home sweet home tomorrow (big smile)!
... Mac’s new friend, Yulan. We invited her to join us for dinner, but she said that, no, she had already had her dinner, but thank you anyhow.
Sitting in the lobby all of that time gave us all a chill, as the front door and many windows were open and the temps had dropped. So for dinner we all wanted something to warm us up. Mark and Cheryl had the bison stew with a salad: Mac and Josie opted for chicken tenders and grilled ...
... We dialed it down as far as the control would go but the room was still warmer than we like. So as peculiar as it seemed considering this was our "coldest accommodation", we found a desk fan in the closet off the bathroom and employed it for the rest of the night.
(Incidentally, Bryce Canyon Lodge only has Internet access available in their lobby. So our next update may be coming from the Las Vegas ...