Days Inn and Suites Logan
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Since the weather was so agreeable we pushed beyond Logan, UT (where we were going to spend the night) and rode to Farr West, UT. We got a room at the Comfort Inn and it's very nice.
Little did we know, the next morning, we would have the worst breakfast on the entire ...
The mountain section of Utah that we just came through on route 89 reminded me a lot of Colorado; very picturesque, very beautiful.
Logan Utah is a picturesque town. As you leave the mountain you pass the campus of Utah State University which looks down over the town of Logan.
Had lunch at Kentucky Fried ...
... reminded me a bit ofthe Outer Banks, NC, without the ocean.
It's also clear, based on the types of properties and houses in this area that folks that have money to spend live here. The hillside houses that overlooked the lake and waterfront housing and stores were rustically gorgeous in their redwood log designs.
... Bryce Canyon so best to insert pictures in the blog.
We walked around the Sunset Point lookout in awe of its beauty and majesty, then drove about 15 miles further into the park stopping at several points to get out, view, and of course for Barrie and Jim to take hundreds of photos. Martha and I took quite a few on the iPads also!
Tired but very happy we returned to Bryce where we found our motel. A large very stern faced woman took our money ...
... times now, and each time, it's been pure magic. I came the first time by train, sitting in a viewing car at 5am because I couldn't sleep, and then dawn happened and I thought: wow. Just, wow. But, like, religious experience wow. A few years later a search for a gas station in the desert brought us over the border into Utah. I bought a hat, and painted it blue and embroidered it with glitter, because that's how magical Utah ...