New Bryce Inn And Cafe
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... was just too cold and rainy. But, we drove to most of the viewpoints and the scenery was simply breathtaking!
We then headed towards Bryce. We decided not to stop in Brian Head since the weather wasn't being cooperative. As we descended to a lower elevation, the scenery began to change again. But, not before we enjoyed more Autumn color. It was a pretty drive past Panguitch Lake and into Panguitch. It was after 12 p.m. and we were ready for a bite to eat. There was ...
Leisurely start to the morning today with the bus not leaving until about 9am. Our first stop this morning was Hanksville where we picked up the picnic lunches ordered the day before and Insight shouted us all a Cinammon Roll for morning tea which is a speciality of the place that supplied lunch. On our way to lunch we stopped and took some pictures of the Navajo Dome and visited some petroglyphs. We stopped at the Visitors Centre to watch a movie of the Mormans ...
After a mixed night's sleep, we woke up to a chilly morning but what a view! The sunrise was stretching across the rocks right in front of the open tent door. Birds were beginning to stir and sing in the trees overhanging our camping spot and the sky was beginning to reveal itself into a clear blue. Since we had used our 8 minute shower tokens last night (they practise an ecological saving system in the park), we had a quick wash and set up our breakfast. After a quick breakfast ...
... Centre, had a look around in the shop & small museum & then the 22 min video on the canyon. From here we drove to the other viewpoints not included this morning. Our first stop was Paria Point which was a large amphitheatre of hoodoos and extensive view over the surrounding plateau areas. Much of the canyon is limestone & sandstone indicating the area was originally a sea. The Navajo sandstone was formed from ancient sand dunes. This was made ...
... And we all enjoyed a nice hot cup of tea. Jasmine green is hard to beat!
Mac wanted to stay and help Yulan after dinner, so we allowed him to do so. Mark, Cheryl and Josie returned to the rooms to pack up for the night. Yulan walked Mac back to our cabin before 10:00.
Sadly, it was too cloudy and cold to do one of the night time ranger talks, so no campfire and no s’mores.
Tomorrow: On to Moab