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... Hopefully we didn't embarrass her. She gave us a wonderful tour. It was by far the classiest resort I have ever imagined. Jessica has been with the resort since it opened and has great responsibilities with her job. We are very proud of what she has accomplished. On the way to dinner she drove us through downtown Park City which would be another great town to spend more time in. Hopefully we can visit her ...
The two hour drive to Bryce was nothing after the distances the previous days. We quickly got settled at Ruby's RV Park and then jumped on a shuttle right there at Ruby’s for a short drive into Bryce National Park. We stopped at the visitor center for an interesting video about the park and then got back on the shuttle to Bryce Point.
Bryce Point was out of this world. The 270 degree view of thousands of hoodoos across the huge ...
... air in the lower 48. It was like looking on to forever.
A stop at the park’s Visitor’s Center helped us determine the best spots to stop. And we picked up some park-grown apricots for the trip at $1 a bag. You can’t beat that!
We finished the drive through Capital Reef and began our journey to Bryce, taking another Scenic Byway, Highway 12. If you ever have the chance to journey on this road, take it. The ...
... flowing from it. It was a wonderful sight to see a waterfall and fast flowing stream here in the desert. Continuing along the scenic byway we passed through landscapes ranging from mountain valleys to high alpine forests with vistas of beautiful rock formations and cliffs of several colors. Most of the road runs through the “Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument” and the “Dixie National Forest” which are both wilderness ...
... Upstairs is a small museum of items that were saved through the years. You can see the original plaster and brick and the original projector. "Ferris Bueller's Day Off" was the last movie shown in the 80's.
During the "dark" years, the movie theatre become an eyesore along historic Hwy 89. In 2010 the building was purchased and restored in its original art-deco style with 150 seats to include balcony ...