Purple Sage Motel

132 East Center, Panguitch, Utah, 84759, United States | Hotel
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I FOUND LATTES!!!!!!

A travel blog entry by linleyc

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OK, so I need to cover two days here. I left Zion yesterday, which I think was Saturday the 19th. After the reasonably good dinner I'd had the night before, I decided to see on my way out if the same place made coffee during the day. As in, REAL coffee. According to the sign outside as I inched my way through a couple of miles of traffic trying to get into/through Zion, yes. They made "espresso". I swung in. And let it be known for any future ...

Day 39/40 - Bryce Canyon Hiking / Excursió

A travel blog entry by wanvigdot

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... John because he was just amazed with the beauty and took pictures of everything, as usual.

Ariana found an open geode and it is like a big treasure since we have been looking for those for a while. John, pictures non-stop. He even made me move away to take a picture of a dead tree.
In the end, we were quite tired but we did really well and finished in less than 5 hours. Girls did ...

Rugged terrain times 10

A travel blog entry by joec404

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... photo of the sign, decided maybe not. By the way, the name of the town was Frisco, and if you're a history buff, you can look it up.

We're at the edge of Bryce Canyon, which we went to with the Taylor Tours 30 or so years ago, but there is new stuff to see, so we'll have a lot more to talk about tomorrow.

Yeah, yeah, I know my photos are lame, but I promise to do better. Maybe.
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What exactly are Hoodoos?

A travel blog entry by nadyapb

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... miles away from Bryce and eventually got on Highway 12 - one of Utah's Scenic Byways. We eventually entered Red Canyon, and we got our first glimpse at the red sandstone we'd seen in all the guidebooks. Eroded in pinnacles, spires, columns, and hoodoos, this makes for unique landscape like no other in the world. We stopped at the Visitor Center for Red Canyon to get an annual pass and a couple of passports. Hadn't heard of either of these things? Neither had ...

Day 21 - A Soggy Bryce Point Traverse Trail

A travel blog entry by trojakstravels

... we are. So we all decide to continue on the trail. The Belgium couple continue the way we just came and we continue on our path out. We descend and then ascend and come to a peak. Lightning is still striking. We are not on the rim but we are high up and exposed. We come upon some NPS workers who fix and replenish trail roads and they are talking shelter under an arch opening in the rock. They agree about the taking shelter but they are mixes ...

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