Grand Staircase Inn
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Good average country motel. Clean. Quiet.
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When we left, Rodger said that he had a new all time favorite place. We all were wishing we had about 3 more days to just stay in the area and explore even more. Rodger said he definitely wants to come back here and spend more time here - maybe even when it's colder and has some snow. :)
I had a hard time deciding which photos to post - there were so many different formations. Hope you enjoy them as much as we did. :)
I don't know how everyone else feels, but this is my favorite campsite. We're smack in the middle of the most beautiful mountains, it is cool at night, it's not buggy, and we can hike up a little hill at the base of our campsite and just marvel at the beauty of this area. Another bonus: The kids can play ping-pong and swim in the pool and we got all our laundry done!
Wi-fi capacity is limited here, so I'll post pics later.
... to feel at home out here in nature. I am so proud of our niece. She is a very special little girl. After our hike, we split up by gender. The girls went shopping and the boys headed out to Kodachrome Basin state park for a little more exploring. In retrospect I would have cut this stop down to day and a half, but this time 3 days worked well because it gave us a chance to catch up with the Zeigers.
... and I watched England beat Canada in the women's football world cup. Katie woke up for the second half and then cooked dinner.
We spent the rest of the evening having a few drinks and catching up on some TV.
I then decided we should make use of the hot tubs, it isn't every day that you have 2 hot tubs at your disposal. We were all wary about the bugs though, so we hot footed it to the closest hot tub (avoiding the sprinklers that had been on constantly since we ...
... another long road of nothingness!
"Welcome to our quirky choice of accommodation!" we said when we finally arrived, and quirky it was.
Aptly named Red Stone Cabins, a row of 6 wooden cabins sat amongst oddly red shaped rocks giving a real sense that we were in Red Indian Country. A smoke signal in the distance wouldn’t have been out of place here!
Once Carol & Graham ...