Bryce Pioneer Village
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBryce Pioneer Village Tropic
Fun little cabins, bit basic, but clean and dry, in the middle of town, easy to find.
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... Wiggles from the day before or was it 2 days, they are starting to get mixed up. After the trip up it was time to leave the park a get some lunch, we will come back this afternoon in the truck and check out some parts not on the bus route. After lunch it started to cloud up and rain here and there, not a downpour but enough to give us all a much needed rest. Nap us nap we were just checking our eye lids ...
... hikes that we didn't get a chance to check out that involved wading through the river and repelling into canyons etc… so we are sure that is where the more amazing scenery probably is. Plus we had just finished experiencing the Grand Canyon so anything after that was bound to seem small and a little disappointing!
After this we returned to the campground and had a chilling out session at the RV (as we are working so hard at the moment ...
... to indulge. We agree, the food was great and the pie is awesome. We will go back.
The drive over was uneventful. Not much to see along the northern highways of Nevada and Utah. Things started looking better once we were on highway 12 in Utah. This is the canyon highway and takes you right through parts of Bryce Canyon including through two canyon bridges. Since it was around 5pm, the sun ...
... and take thousands of photographs. Another amusing sight is that of Chinese male tourists with at least two cameras slung around their neck. And these are not your small idiot cameras; no, these are Nikons with huge zoom lenses. And they all have their cameras on huge tripods. They just walk, head down, to a photo point, stop, take a picture, then move on, hmmmm. In the afternoon we went on a guided walk with, you guessed it, with Ranger Shaun. Really interesting as he talked ...
... night I've ever had in a tent, I have a down sleeping bag so it generally handles the cold well but tonight was not that night, I woke up at 4 in the morning shivering. I had foolishly left all my clothes in the car so wrestled with the cold for a few minutes then decided to bite the bullet, as soon as I got into the car I turned the heating up full and layered up as quickly as possible. When I finally climbed back into my sleeping bag I ...