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This was definitely a learning experience. This trip with Chris and Steph was designed as a dry run for Yellowstone this summer, and was our first attempt at "dry camping", with no hookups of any kind. We reserved camp sites at the Panguitch Lake North campground, at an altitude of 8100 feet. This was the first weekend the campground was open (it's …
... to rain. Huge drops of water, the size of marbles, tumbled from the sky and the thunder began to clap loudly overhead. When we saw the flashes of lightning, and heard the thunder a second later, we decided to take refuge from the open spaces and trees and headed for the lodge for ice cream! By this point, the rain had stopped, but it had begun to go chilly. We interacted with a very bizarre assistant at the shop there (we've noticed that most of the park workers here seem to be ...
... 263;. Taka ilość gwiazd jest wręcz przytłaczająca. Sprawiła, że poczułam się malutka jak jedno z tych ziarenek piasku na pustyni w Bryce.
Zdjęcie obok nie zostało zrobione przez nas, ale właśnie takie niebo obserwowaliśmy w Bryce.
We did not take this photo, but we did enjoy this view in Bryce Canyon.
... we’d have to say here for all the world to know that it was among one of the most scenic drives we’ve ever taken. Listed as one of America’s Scenic Byways, each new rise, every turn offered amazing vistas of mesas, plateaus, spires. This area has to be a geologist’s dream! There are so many different colors of rock, so many things going on that you can almost feel the earth rising under your feet. You can imagine time and ...
... and Aspin forests, high mountain meadows and breathtaking views of mountain valleys. At one point we passed a lake that was large enough to allow good size houseboats. At several points, at the higher elevations we saw huge mounds of medium sized gray boulders, and we came to find out later that they were thrown up through fissures in the earth by volcanic activity deep underground (not as a result of a volcano on the ...