Morris' Last Resort
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... the beast. We had left our benchmark maps in Oregon on this trip because we didn't originally expect to be in Utah and only had two days so we decided not to waste time exploring for a "boondock" spot. We pulled into the Needles outpost, established before the park and asked if they had a spot for us for a couple nights. This place is right out of the 60's except they have updated their electrical to include state of the art solar, generator and batteries ...
... luckily we found she was correct and got a bed for the night! Phew!! Jan 10 Amazing day!!! After checking out of the only hotel open in Torres, we took the scenic road towards Bryce. When will I remember 'scenic' means 'lots of mountains, windy roads and cliff edges'..... The road was definitely spectacular.... heaps of snow, mountains, red rock and forests. Through talking to a local, we took a detour off the tourist map to a slot canyon hidden deep in the red rock ...
... of the early settlers. On our way back we visited The Gifford Homestead . This was an early Mormon settlement where Calvin Pendleton and his two wives plus heaven knows how many children lived . They came to escape the persecution in the rest of the States. The hard life to make a living from the land was evident and the house had artefacts from the home . An additional bonus was that as well as souvenirs they ran a homemade bakery so we succumbed and purchased scones ...
... so we didn't stay long in the museum but did watch a very good Discovery Channel movie out the front. I liked the museum as a lot of the bones displayed were found in the immediate area.
A short detour was to the Colorado National Monument park to drive the rim of the canyon. This was spectacular red rock formations dropping into gorgeous canyons with views over the valley to Grand Junction. Even better was that we were often the only car ...
... or early spring :)
As the bad weather came all the way from the West, it slowly cleared up on our way through the Island in the Sky District of our second red rock National Park.
Firstly, we drove all the way south to the Grand View Point Overlook and - we didn't expect any different - it was a GRAND VIEW! Maybe it would not have been that impressive had we seen Grand Canyon before, but the views might actually be even more ...