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 …
... were coming Friday, I did it early as they have flash floods in this area. Friday afternoon , we rode out the the thunderstorm in the trailer and I drugged Moon and wrapped her in a blanket to keep her calm. Loud thunder is not for her! We got thru round one and I see round two coming early evening. Capital reef is less tourists and not a lot of hikes. It's more remote and is a combo of Bryce and Zion in terms of how it looks and feels. ...
... different rock types were incredible and so intricate. Outside, in the rain, were some of their buildings, or the floor plan of them. But only a small part has been excavated so they don't ruin the rest of it. It is all underground, partly because over time it has been covered, but also because a lot of their dwellings were dug into the ground and they accessed them by a ladder through the roof/surface.
We were going to have lunch opposite, but it was closed so ...
... through all five parks in southern Utah. You get to experience all five in five days. What a deal.
The first part of the drive west took us through desert so parched it would not even sustain dry yellow grass or sage brush. It was stark. The landscape was tan, tan and more tan, the same color as beach sand and the ground flowed in ripples and dunes, just like on a beach, but a lot bigger. But the dunes were not ...
... four hours to do ten miles. There were some terrifying downhills as well. One at 10% grade!!! Sudden crosswinds made me clench the handlebars and my entire body would become frozen stiff as I tried to steady myself on the bike. We met a German cyclist who was riding from Boston to San Francisco. There did not seem to be too many bike tourists on the route. Whilst taking a break in the shade, we had two separate instances where ...