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... enjoying my time with the visitors in the park. Tonight the staff is going to have a cook-out and watch fireworks... Not sure where we will go for fireworks??? as there are restrictions against fireworks in the National Park. Loving my job!
Freedom is not really free. Thank you to all those who have sacrificed for my freedom.
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... the rope on the top end of the balloon. The whole operation takes about 30 minutes to set up. I took lots of photos. All the time we were setting up, 35 other crews were setting up other balloons as well. As the air inflated the balloons an array of vibrant colors began to fill the field. We spotted Smoky and ran to the far end of the field to snap a few photos. After all Rangers and Smoky are buddies! By the time we got back to Gene's Dream, my feet ...
Good-Bye and Hello. June 15 & 16. Monday. Fran and EJ headed for Las Vegas to reclaim their worldly beauty after roughing it here in the park. Pony tails, hats and hiking boots have been their uniform for over a week. :). They were troopers , and I hope they had a great time. S'mores, campfires, hikes, horseback riding, great food, hot tubbing, Zion and HooDoos filled their time here. We were all sad to say goodbye but it ...
... campground now that we had passed the checkin time. We stayed at Ruby's Inn campground. It is one of the most popular campgrounds near the park. And it is HUGE! We set up camp and decided that the dogs had had enough of the national parks, so we left them to sleep. Unfortunately the weather was trying to rain on our parade, but it was hit or miss so we went on into the park.
Once we got into Bryce we decided to start by driving to the end of ...
... adorable and charming – in its way. They have the “Country Rodeo” running Wednesday-Saturdays, they present a nightly Classic Western Diner Show experienced involving music, entertainment and a fixed meal. They have a “General Store” with lots of tourist treasures, some really nice local and native art and even basic groceries. If you don’t mind spending $11 for a six pack of Budweiser, you are good to go here! There is more ...