Bryce Canyon Inn
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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 ...
... I can recollect... (food itself was ok). Afterwards, we headed back to the hotel, put the kids to bed, and D did several loads of laundry while I got caught up on the blog.
If the skies clear up, we may just try to head back into the park…it keeps teasing us with glimpses of clear starry skies, and then next time we check we cannot find a single star.
Miles driven: 60 (really?)
1 new license plate: KS
... Utah. Along the way we discovered a short cut through the national park on a dirt road that wound through the mountains. It was an awesome find, although a bit scary on the narrow blind corners. Off the track we discovered a trail that followed the Willis Creek bed that was really cool. The river had carved out a smooth wave pattern canyon in the rock in different spots. Grand Staircase definitely felt like the middle of nowhere, the ...
... we reserved. The campground staff was very nice and they thought maybe the mistake was theirs and we're thinking that we had mixed up the campground we wanted to reserve.
In the end, the campground had a "no reserve" site in case such mistakes happen. It's a small site but it doesn't really matter to us since we are just using the campground as a place to rest. Come to find out later, ...
... loop including a few miles along the rim. After the snow from the previous night, the trail started out extremely muddy and my shoes quickly gained a few pounds in mud. Luckily, we decided to keep going and hoped the trail would dry out eventually. It did and we saw more incredible views of Bryce Canyon. This area had fewer hoodoos, and so many beautiful viewpoints and colors. We were glad we took another day to enjoy the park before heading on to the next one.