Purple Sage Motel
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Hyggeligt sted hvor vi mødte andre bikere. Rigtig rar hotelejer, som kunne fortælle historier og har danskere i afstamningen.
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Park City UT - Panguitch UT - 401 km. En enkelt stor byge ellers dejlig sol og varme.
Dagen startede på Squatters Pub i Park City, hvor vi købte et overdådigt morgenmåltid med kaffe og isvand refill. Ved 10-tiden drog vi fra hotellet mod Provo, hvorfra turen gik videre til Salina, hvor vi skulle krydse en highway for at komme ud på en …
... 8211; so you better stock up!
Our campsite is at the back end of the park which is basically a huge dirt lot. Good news – lots and lots of room! Bad news – lots and lots of dirt, and it gets windy frequently. Casey is dusting and vacuuming much! Oh, and it’s not the least expensive place. But, it is situated perfectly near the park and has its own bus stop.
We begin our first excursion into the park as the visitor ...
... we drove to Bryce Canyon National Park, passing through the tunnel at the east side of Zion. The 1.7 kilometre (1.1 mile) tunnel was carved out of the limestone cliffs and was completed in 1931. Its width accommodated vehicular traffic at the time. Now the largest vehicles allowed through are buses like the one we are travelling ...
... so I flagged him down to ask for a lift. He grudgingly obliged and bought me back to the car. On the way he advised me that there were thunderstorms approaching and that there was a flashflood warning thus it wasn't advisable to go hiking today. Back at the room I roused the girls (who were still snoring) and we went for breakfast. We had also planned to hire some bikes to bike through the adjacent Dixie National Park, but given the weather we jettisoned that idea ...
... with great views all around us, which were made to feel more epic by being on horseback. After a while though we both started to get stiff legs and sore *****...how do people ride on horses all day? It’s painful!
We both really enjoyed it, but were both glad when it finished as we were sore, very dusty and we both smelt very strongly of horse. We almost booked a full day horse trek, so we were also glad we only went for the 2 ...