Soup Town Cafe

30 East State Street, Orderville, Utah, United States | Hotel
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A travel blog entry by mscarlton


... vegetation was lush and the deer were out grazing. Siena of course got as close as she could to them.

Tomorrow before we head out to California we are going to rent inner tubes and float down the Zion river (creek) which meanders through the vast canyon. Its a 2.5 hour float and should be a nice activity before we pile into the Pilot once again.

The gift of Zion brings perspective and appreciation for nature and it's greatness.

Chasin' Down a Hoodoo There ...

A travel blog entry by garylesser


It's Memorial Day, a Federal holiday observed every year on the final Monday of May. Most of you have the day off, either because you don’t work, don’t feel like working, or like me, are simply unemployable. Memorial Day honors all Americans who have died while serving in the military. More than 1,321,000 U.S. servicemen and women have given their lives so that we all can be free, or at least ride Harleys through the Mountain West. ...

The Great Outdoors

A travel blog entry by agnetapigott


... the best viewpoint of Zion Canyon. It was well worth the effort !
By the time we came back down the trail was in full sunshine and it was quite hot. The round trip took us the best part of 6 hours and by the time we got back to our motel we were pretty shattered, but pleased with ourselves.

This morning we left our pretty motel in Springdale and travelled across the Mount Carmel road to Bryce National Park, about 80 miles away.

Zion or BUST!

A travel blog entry by jimconnietravel


... back packs on the trek… the canyon is so narrow that if vehicles were allowed it would be bumper to bumper all day long with no place to park… its our intention to leave Rowdy in the AC conditioned RV for a few hours tomorrow and go back into the park.. through the tunnel again and this time take the shuttle up and back through the canyon stopping at all the sights for some walks up the Virgin River ...

Ridiculous views

A travel blog entry by thepaynes2014

This is a top pick!

On the trip from Page, Az. we stopped briefly at Lake Powell and included a couple pics from there, as well as a few on the road to Bryce Canyon. I wondered after getting to the park why it was called Bryce Canyon when it is in fact on a pretty significant mountain. Once we made it to the first overlook, it was evident. The view was forever. And, the formations in the canyons just over the rim of the mountain were absolutely wondrous.



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