Days Inn Panguitch
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Travel Blogs from Panguitch
... cleaned up and catching up with e-mail and the blog updates in the lobby, since Wifi is not available in the cabins. Mac and Josie spent their time in the lobby playing Minecraft (Mac) and Animal Jam (Josie).
Most of the afternoon was spent in the lobby, Mark working on his photos, Cheryl working on the blog and reading, Josie playing Animal Jam. Our house/dog sitter has been sending wonderful updates from home, and today she sent ...
... Bristlecone Loop hike, where we saw a 1600 year old tree.
As we drove back to check into the hotel and get a late dinner, we discussed whether to stay up with the kids to see the Milky Way. We decided against it… postponing it until tomorrow. By the time, we got back to town, it was 9:30. Turns out ALL the eating establishments close at 9:30, so D hit the grocery store and we all had a late night sandwich for dinner.
Miles driven: ...
... we saw. Around 3:00 we decided to turn around, retracing our earlier steps and return to the
camper. During the trip home the wind picked up to the point where I had to forcibly counter the effects on the truck. Even here in the campground the wind is blowing steadily, to the point that the camper is rocking, it is like being on a boat out at sea. Tonight we had a delicious dinner of smoked beef brisket at a local restaurant, Cowboy’s Smokehouse.
... We spend a great deal of time in" Cowboy Collectibles." I even found a beautiful pair of cowgirl boots Glen got me for my birthday.
We ate a delicious lunch at "Foy Country Corner Cafe." People are so friendly in this cafe as well as the entire town.
We drove umpteen miles to Panguitch Lake ... what a disappointment. Not much there except
We would certainly recommend an overnight visit.
... and thoroughly happy we ended up at Kodachrome Basin. The first trail we hiked was a six mile loop that was pretty, but overall did not give us any of the impressive views that we have grown accustomed to. We thought we might as well do one of the shorter hikes to see if they were any better. This is where I was totally impressed. We hiked the 1.5 and 1.7 mile trails that lead to gorgeous views of the entire park, some of them 360 degree views. ...