Bryce Canyon Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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We are staying at a commercial campground here in Bryce City called Ruby's campground. There were some pros and cons to staying here, but overall, ok. The cons were, camping spaces are tight, we had no view, and we had to say longer than planned, (that is another story), the campground was a bit crowded. The pros were, right next to shuttle into the park, could buy coffee in office ( this was nice since it rained and we could not cook outdoors (we did not put up awing here), ...
... we arrive at the entrance to Red Canyon. There are two tunnels with the reddish rocks everywhere. Not far we enter Bryce Canyon National Park. There is an option for taking the shuttle but we decided to travel the 18 miles to the end and work our way back. There are 14 viewpoints along this ride and it is hard to pick a favorite. The farthest point is Rainbow Point at 9,115 ft. Then we worked our way back stopping at each ...
... to other families of swimmers and recounted our plans for the next few months! The waterfall was worth the walk, which is saying something.
After recharging with our packed lunch from the Hotel, we began the journey back to the car. The peak of the heat had passed but it was still 30+ and we some how finished the return leg of our rather ambitious hike. We were very pleased to see the drinking taps at the entrance to the ...
... a Navajo man demonstrating some traditional dances. Luck was on our side, I got on the photography tour easily and Daisy got the very last seat on the standard tour so off we went.
Even though I had an extra hour, the time went very quickly and our guide Rob, told us that he calls this, speed photogarphy, no time to muck around with setting up your camera, take the photos as quickly as possible. It was very hectic with heaps of ...
Since it is a lot cooler here we did not start as early today. We got on the bus and headed to the look out points. Starting at Inspiration Point first. Jean and I took the rim trail to the next point, Sunset Point about 3/4 miles. The rest went on the bus so they could fill their water bottles before the trip down. Then the Neiswinger curse hits the bus. At the stop Paul notices something leaking from the back ...