Days Inn Panguitch
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... around 3:00. It’s a nice campground; big and open and the dogs have plenty of room to run. In fact there aren’t many people here so we practically have a whole area to ourselves. The storm came in while we were eating our dinner, and our cable went out. We will have to rough it tonight.
We realize that it’s not the destination, it’s the journey. We will enjoy our visit to Bryce Canyon tomorrow, but the ride here was ...
... and see how far you had climbed. The hoodoos and peaks were now changing colour again and we had yet another vantage point looking across the wide mouth of the canyon on with the hoodoos rising up in front of us.
On reaching the rim, we decided to take a quick rest and then hike back down an alternative path to the bottom of the canyon again, to then climb up and have differing views of the spectacular scenery once again. However, as we set back off towards the trail head, ...
... loop trail which highlights three natural bridge arches.
The drive was easy and pleasant with good views of all three of the arch bridges, Kachina, Sipapu and Owachomo. Mark snapped away at the scenery. It was hot, so we made quick time of this loop trail, completing the 9 miles by car in about 45 minutes.
The road between Natural Bridges and Capital Reef included the Glen Canyon National Recreation area. We had never heard of this area ...
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 ...
Glen and I had driven through Panguitch UT on a few occasions and remarked what a very nice neighborhood town it seemed to be. I requested that we stay a few days to check it out.
On the way we stopped for breakfast at the Moapa Paiute Truck Stop. Our son, Jon had stopped many times and gave their breakfast a high recommendation. It was one of the best breakfast we'd every eaten.
Panguitch is a ...