Bryce Canyon Motel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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After a pleasant night in Bryce motel we got ready to visit the Bryce Canyon. We started at about 9:45am after having a subway breakfast. The drive to Bryce Canyon national park is about 30min. On the way we got our first view of the hoodoos in the red canyon. Our first stop at the Bryce Canyon was the visitor center where we watched an …
... Tampa is known as the "lighting capital" of the U.S., Bryce seems to have more serious issues with lightning strikes. Many trees in the area have burn marks. People are warned how to survive a lightning storm by standing in an open area with their two feet solidly planted and crouching down into a squat. Holding on to a tree or leaning on a rock makes you more at risk for the lightning to flow through your body and it is often ...
Thank God it is Friday. Today we finished at 6:30 instead midnight. We are expecting 5-12 inches of snow. I am sleep deprived and just ready to curl up in a soft warm bed and sleep.
I have learned so much. Amazing what the brain can do when challenged. I presented my 5 minute program and felt it was well received. It was about a 20 minute program condensed into 5 but it worked. I had ...
... br> I took a photo lying on my stomach. Unfortunately the sun was in a bad spot for a photo.
Dinner was pizza in a converted paddle boat.The area has a huge lake where the Colorado river was dammed but you cannot see a lot of the lake generally. Therefore you see mainly desert landscapes but many many boats sitting up on dry land.
After dinner I did a photographic tour of Upper Antelope canyon. I realised how much of ...
... was just too cold and rainy. But, we drove to most of the viewpoints and the scenery was simply breathtaking!
We then headed towards Bryce. We decided not to stop in Brian Head since the weather wasn't being cooperative. As we descended to a lower elevation, the scenery began to change again. But, not before we enjoyed more Autumn color. It was a pretty drive past Panguitch Lake and into Panguitch. It was after 12 p.m. and we were ready for a bite to eat. There was ...