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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... were pretty anxious to get back on the road as soon as possible. I mean they had barred doors.. As if that doesn't send a scary message to women. The next day, (today) hiked a few miles at Mount Falcon, which was really enjoyable. We were at an elevation of 7700 feet!!! Holy altitude. I'm not sure if it was all in my head, but I felt light headed and I was really huffing and puffing and I was thinking it was probably because ...
... and more eroded than what we saw yesterday. Ernie B., we badly need you here and just not for your ability to say, "They are old rocks." Just saying. At 9:30 we drove into the Capital Reef National Park boundaries. The Behunin Cabin was one of the first stops we made. In 1882 Elijah Cutler Behunin and his family built this cabin, and stayed a brief time until the rising river washed out their crops. Behunin was one of the first settlers in this area. They were a family ...
Today I went in to the day hoping to get to Salina. It turned out to be the easiest day I've had so far. It was also the most boring day. The highlight of my day was when I saw a Dairy Queen and made a b-line for it. It was the best tasting treat I've had in a while. ...
... Also, since we carry our home with us, we can really stay wherever we need to. Through our drive, we are enjoying great views of varied landscapes, colorful rock formations, prairies, valleys with huge farms and hundreds of Angus and horses, and mountains. We have reached heights of over 3000 meters and it has even snowed. For days, we have not seen neither Starbucks nor McDonald's. In fact, what we are finding everywhere ...
... in which most of the arches form, and the buff-colored Navajo Sandstone. These are visible in layer cake fashion throughout most of the park. Over time, water seeped into the surface cracks, joints, and folds of these layers. Ice formed in the fissures, expanding and putting pressure on surrounding rock, breaking off bits and pieces. Winds later cleaned out the loose particles. A series of free-standing fins remained. Wind and water attacked these fins until, in some, the ...