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TripAdvisor Reviews Grandma'S Cottage Panguitch
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... have an adequately stocked camping section. D had to get some new cough meds, since the past two days have been really bad – and to her surprise, they have the cough syrup she buys at home. (Twice the price, but hey!!) Our only gripe about the hotel room is that the AC doesn’t actually cool; we have it set at 60, and we’re still warm – good thing the highs have only been in the mid 70s.
... we saw a few Utah Prairie dogs near the Lodge that kept trying to cross the road. Also saw a Pronghorne deer.
Checked in to Ruby Inn Best Western. The town is bit spread out and seems disorganised with road works going on in the middle of it. The Inn has an old tradition even though the buildings are from the 1980s. Had a quiet evening in. Discovered microwaved Thai in a box which tasted like Chinese risotto.
June 15, 2014
Today was a perfect day to travel, sunny but not to hot and not to cool. We headed north on US 191 out of Moab and then west on I-70. The eastern end of I-70 was basically desert with high mountains and when the sign says no services for 106 miles; believe it, there was nothing but desert in the form of rolling hills. Further west ...
... 10,000 feet, and was much colder than the area we had hiked (around 7,000 feet). The views were beautiful the whole drive (of course they were), and it warmed up as we descended to Bryce Canyon Village.Once again, it was a Badger game day, so we had been asking around to see where we might watch the game. There is so little in this area but we were told Ruby's Inn at the Best Western was the best (or only) place to check. We called ahead and they ...
... second group. The conversation with the cowboy leading the second group went something like this:
Him: "So, where you from?"
Him: "Wow, that's a long way. How many are there in your party?"
Me: "My party? Oh, I see. It's just me, I'm travelling alone."
Him: "You left your boyfriend at home, then?"
Me: "No, I don't have one of those."
Him: "You don't? So can I take you out to dinner tonight?"