Days Inn Torrey Capital Reef
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Nice Clean Room! Close to Scenic Highway 12. Gas Station right next door.
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Today is the second day of our Southern Utah Whirlwind Park Tour. There are just so many parks and monuments to see in southern Utah, that we would be here for weeks to see them all, and we would like to be home by early September. So we are trying to see as many as we can in a short period of time, which means that we can't really see all that …
... s speciality. Chris described the formations in terms of the various layers in a trifle. Why does everything always come down to food? Talking of which, the ribeye steak I had tonight was delicious. I'd worked up to an appetite after four whole lengths in the pool and ten minutes in the hot tub. It's all ...
... landscapes.Then we reached Torrey , Gateway to Capitol Reef NP., and the end of the wonderful Scenic Byway 12.
Peter and The Good Guy have done a great job getting us this far safely.
After such a cold night at Kodachrome, we opted for a little cabin at Wonderland RV Campground- and I mean little! You will love the photo. It was like a bedroom, but had a heater, a view to a field next door, and ...
... about. Every little town has a big Mormon Church, which is the main religious faith of this state. We will be staying in a motel just a few miles outside of Torrey towards Capitol Reef National Park. Our room is on the back side of the motel so we have a view of the red rocks behind it. We found that the weather is cool and windy so we are happy to have a motel for a few nights. October 2, 2014: After a good night's sleep, we ...
... Well, perhaps they were at one time, thousands of years ago. They are now what they call petrified dunes. They look like sand but are as hard as rock. There is something calming in the way they seem to flow, so smoothly over the ground. They have a beauty all their own.
We saw many mesas projecting out of plateaus, like fingers, all lined up, side-by-side in various colors, striations of pink, tan, purple, and ...