Adobe Sands Motel
Travel Blogs from Panguitch
Wir nehmen nochmals einen Anlauf den Bryce Canyon NP bei schönem Wetter zu besuchen. Es sieht ganz gut aus... :-)
Gegen Mittag sind wir bereits im Park und ziemlich beeindruckt von der sich bietenden Szenerie. Ein weites Feld unterschiedlichster Felstürmchen zeigt sich dem Besucher! Ein bisschen hiken tut ja auch gut und so steigen wir …
... I can recollect... (food itself was ok). Afterwards, we headed back to the hotel, put the kids to bed, and D did several loads of laundry while I got caught up on the blog.
If the skies clear up, we may just try to head back into the park…it keeps teasing us with glimpses of clear starry skies, and then next time we check we cannot find a single star.
Miles driven: 60 (really?)
1 new license plate: KS
Wednesday June 18, 2014
Last night was very cold, the heater came on several times during the night; this morning it was 36 degrees at 7:30 with a projected high for the day of 68 degrees and sunny. We started our day by heading south on UT highway 143, “Utah’s Patchwork Parkway National Scenic Byway”; this was a beautiful drive through ...
Glen and I had driven through Panguitch UT on a few occasions and remarked what a very nice neighborhood town it seemed to be. I requested that we stay a few days to check it out.
On the way we stopped for breakfast at the Moapa Paiute Truck Stop. Our son, Jon had stopped many times and gave their breakfast a high recommendation. It was one of the best breakfast we'd every eaten.
Panguitch is a ...
... that’s the device that charges the batteries when we’re on shore power… The new one that I installed is about 2X’s bigger and have a better computer on board to allow the large set of batteries I have on the trailer to charge faster and to a higher level than the old one… this is important as we are in a camp ground were we ...