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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 …
... Red Canyon was beautiful but since you pass through it to get to Bryce Canyon it doesn't get much attention. When we got to Bryce we decided to take the shuttle through the park because parking is limited. This was the most crowded park we have visited. The fact it was the most beautiful day we have had weather-wise probably contributed to that. It was 75 degrees and the most beautiful blue skies, not a ...
... So clean and fresh. The kids were enthralled by the many chipmunks along the trail that seemed very tame, looking for food. Of course, every park brochure reminds visitors not to feed the animals, but clearly these adorable rodents had been feed. They would sit up and even appear to perform. They came very close, but we warned the kids not to touch them.
An amazing observation from our time in Bryce and Monument Valley, is that ...
Bryce Canyon Day 2 (06/07)
We drove into the park in the morning and booked ourselves onto a horse ride into the canyon at 1.30 giving ourselves JUST enough time to drive the scenic road through the park. The scenic drive was nice, but the best views were all the ones we had seen the day before. Sometimes being surrounded by such amazing views can then make what would otherwise seem really beautiful, just seem fairly good.
... for over an hour. While waiting for me to get back, E discovered her very first wiggly tooth. Before weleft Page, it had already hit 100 degrees!
We had originally planned to go back to Lower Antelope after my tour finished, but given the late arrival we decided to head out of town towards Bryce Canyon so we could get there before sunset.
The drive was nice; we ended up backtracking part of the drive that we had taken from ...