Bryce Canyon Motel
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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 …
... pies. Apparently when the place first opened and they made the sign out of bits of timber there wasn`t enough room to write Home Made Pies so they just wrote down Ho made and the name continues to day.
We had sandwiches and shared a thunderberry (mixed berries) pie and ice cream which was lovely. Outside the window there were hanging flower arrangements with bird feeders where we watched little humming birds feeding. They are pretty little birds ...
... Fest last weekend, June 26-28. I went all three days.
I checked out the event on the Internet and read that Friday was press day but the balloonists were from out of town and would need crew and it might be possible to catch a ride. I invited lots of people who work in the park to go but Stevie, a geology intern from Southern Utah University was the only one willing to get up before daybreak to drive to Panguitch with me. I picked her up at 5:00 AM and ...
... festivals here in the summer. People get cabin fever during the long winters. Sure some folks snowshoe but I doubt that that is how the majority bide their time. The average snowfall in January alone is 72 inches. Being stuck indoors during the winter provides time for folks to plan summer festivals. Not a week goes by during the summer but what there is a festival close by. They celebrate everything: Prairie ...
... he most probably bullied people because he had a very small willy) so continued onto Sunset point to start our hike.
The start of the hike at the top of the ridge gave us spectacular view across the glowing Hoodoos then we started a steep decent down a winding trail path taking us deep amongst the scenery.
It was easy ...