Days Inn Panguitch
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... known as Hoodoos. The colors were something to be seen.
Spent some time in this park area and then we were booked into our hotel. A lovely Best Western place with us on 4th floor. Walked the local area for an hour or so before dinner.
Here for tomorrow morning in the Park before heading off to Zion after lunch.
Welcome home to The Kidds from their holiday adventure.
... through Red Canyon National Forest. (We now know the difference between a National Park and a National Forest. A National Park is operated by Dept. of Interior and is very regulated and protected -many strict policies no flexibility in rules and regs. A National Forest is operated by the Dept. of Agriculture and they can control what happens with more flexibility such as hunting, public access, and make changes ...
... had helped us take a family photo at the top of the trail. Now she and her family were walking with us and we started up a conversation about travel, where are you from, etc. They gave us many pointers on visiting Denmark, which is on our list for next year.
We continued to hike, now walking more horizontal than vertical, with our Denmark friends close by. Now more rain in sight! The smell of the pinyon pines and juniper ...
... up dust, this beam becomes really photogenic although somewhat difficult to capture. I think I got a few good shots.
It was time to head back to Page, and we all looked for that pesky tripod section on the long trudge back in the heat of the day, but it remained hidden from view. Our guide had given us longer time in the canyon than what he was supposed to, which meant we were late getting back into town. D had loaded up the car and had ...
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 ...