Bryce Canyon Country Cabins
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... through a little part of Dixie National Forest, a little later we were at Red Canyon (crazy how Nature can paint everything) then it was the highlight Bryce Canyon. Unbelievable beauty, incredible rockformations, all build in millions of years by nature, no artist can equal ...
... some very strange laws in Utah. For example you can only have 4 drinks in any hour & the Resturant monitors & will not allow you to order!! Boys realised they had one beer left to order before we'd need to move on, ops. So we headed into the general store for some cold drinks which we took back to one of our very large rooms where we settled on the settee with drinks to watch a film, relaxing. I decided to look up about Mormons, found ...
... was a cool 72 degrees with
sunlight peeping through the mostly cloudy skies. Perfect hiking conditions
compared to the 100-degree heat we had anticipated. We parked our car at the visitor center,
stuffed our pack with our sandwiches, snacks, Gatorades and water, and took the
park shuttle up the canyon to the trailhead.
The hike itself was one of the most spectacular experiences
... through some amazing scenery. Tropic is a very pretty but small village all built along Main Street route 12 and is about 11 miles from Bruce Canyon National Park. There isn't much here a couple motels, a fuel station, two restaurants and a general store.
After resting up for a while we thought about eating options. Samson is getting the need for large cities and bright lights again so we headed out with the promise of finding some alternatives to pizza and stake ...
... t know that" or "that's not the way I learned it". So much has been discovered since my early school years or re-explained with newer technology. She ended the talk with the recent actual photos of Pluto. Before there had only been artists' rendering. The New Horizons spacecraft having traveled 3.6 billion miles since it's launch in 2006, gave scientists actual photos this week. It was exciting to see and the above-capacity crowd ...