Grand Lodge At Brian Head
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... thing? Yet we say 'God Bless America'. Just Food for thought! Hope your day flies you to new heights.
From Bryce with hugs,Dianne.
PS. Be sure to look for Venus (the evening star) and Jupiter as they edge close to one another. Their combined light is said to resemble the light of the star of Bethlehem. You should be able to see them around sunset. It has been exciting to watch them move closer together over the past month. July is a Blue Moon month. :).
... of direction is not good) and she would have left her computer behind when boarding our next flight if not for me. The three of us caught the flight for Salt Lake City.
After arriving at Salt Lake City, we got our rental car and drove for about 4 hours south to Brian Head, which is at an elevation around 10,000 feet. It was raining, at times heavily, and 48 degrees F. Peggy and Linda took turns driving, I navigated for them. We stopped at J. ...
Today we got more adventurous and left the all beginner mountain called Navajo and went to Giant Step which Maya liked to call Giant Foot. We met up most of the day with the gang and skied more challenging runs! Maya's a pro! Tonight was our turn to cook... Japanese curry! Good comfort food after a ski ...
... a few of the HooDoos.
Back on UT 12 we found a cool restaurant "Bryce Canyon Pines". http://www.brycecanyonmotel.com/bryce-r estaurant.html . They serve soup and pie, not soup and salad. How can you go wrong with a good slice of pie. I had sour cream raisin. Barb went traditional with cherry.
Then it was down to Long Valley Jct for our next stop.
... and tomorrow the Grand Canyon! When we arrived at the campground there were horrible winds. Construction in the area created so much dust. We were in a dust storm trying to set up. Very poor 'campground'. Just a parking lot with hookups. Have never seen so much dust or wind. We were afraid to open the slides so left them closed and drove to the South Rim of the Grand ...