Days Inn Panguitch
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... and moved to Southern Utah where he settled in the Pine Valley area. He was responsible for designing and overseeing the construction of the Pine Valley Chapel, the oldest Mormon building still in use today. Using his prior knowledge and experience he built the church like an upside down ship. He is quoted saying "If a flood should come,it would float. In 1875 he moved his family to Tropic, a small town about 12 miles from Bryce and built a road into the amphitheater ...
... Pine. The amphitheater referred to as Bryce's Canyon backed up to Ebenezer Bryce's property so that is how the name originated. I understand they tried to change the name but it was so well known people continued to call it Bryce Canyon. Probably a good thing because a Canyon is a more marketable name than a Plateau. Would you rather travel to see a plateau or a canyon?
Bryce Canyon rises to an elevation of 7894 feet at ...
... 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 ...
... They both have "fit bit" wrist bands and at the end of each day they would tell me how many flights of steps they took that day. I think the record was 61 sets of stairs and over 18,000 steps. I might need to get a 'fit bit' too just to see how active I am. Suzy says she thinks I could be a 'mountain woman' but she is not a camper. She enjoys the fine comforts of life too much to live the outdoors ...
... 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 ...