Days Inn Panguitch
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... 11,000 feet above sea level is the highest plateau in North America. When I arrived here in May, it was covered with snow. All of this is part of the Colorado Plateau.
Trivia. Of the lower 48 states, which two have the highest elevation? Answer at the end.
Next time I will share what I have learned about HooDoos.
Hope you are enjoying a fun filled 4th of July. Here in the park it is business as usual. I am working all ...
... to be handled with care so it does not get damaged. It would be almost impossible for only two people to handle setting up and packing up the balloon. The basket has to be assembled with poles, the burner, lots of hoses that connect the propane gas to the burner, safety ropes, sand bags to balance the weight and a very powerful fan to blow air into the balloon to open it up before the heat is added. As air inflates the silk balloon someone needs to hold ...
... black bear's diet consists more of ant larva, termites, nuts, berries rather than fresh meat. This year, we have cicadas so for many of our animals, that is a boost to their diet.
Summer is here! Where are you? Out enjoying yourself I hope. ..love to hearing from you.
PS. My official Smoky Bear style Ranger hat is in Moab.... It should arrive any day. Will send photo when I get it. :). ...
... it. They had Hoodoos and cliffs in a multitude of colors. It was like a mini snip of Bryce Canyon without the long hike to the bottom of the canyon. The hike only took about 20 minutes.
When we got back mom was back in the visitor center getting her Parks Passport stamped and asking why the flags were at half staff. Apparently a couple of USDA employees died in a plane crash and the national parks were honoring them.
We continued on ...
The RV park we select is at the entrance to Bryce Canyon National Park - Ruby's Inn RV Park and Campground. Ruby and Minnie Syrett settled in the area in the late 1800s and in 1916 built a ranch here. Folks then "discovered" the canyon and Ruby quickly turned into a tour guide and started hosting visitors. Long story – short, they end up with a monopoly situated perfectly at the entrance to the park. This place is like a tourist trap on steroids – but it ...