Bryce Canyon Inn
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Gelapino stayed here on Sep 8, 2015 during their trip titled: Gelapino's Great Adventure.
... and then took Scenic Byway route 24 through the San Rafael Desert. Towards the end of the desert we passed briefly through the Gobelin Valley State Park before arriving in the community of Hanksville. We then followed the Fremont River west along route 24 passing farms and agricultural communities that included some isolated fruit farms including a pick-your-own. Route 24 passes through the Capitol Reef National Park before arriving at the cross roads community of Torrey. A ...
... used for fires starters. When the early settlers from the East (New England) saw this they commented "Silly Paiutes, trying to tap maple syrup out of a pine tree."
There are other trees in the park and I will address them at a later time.
My next challenge is preparing a geology talk for adults. Live , love and learn!
Hope your summer is rewarding and filled with great memories.
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... got worse. The road was leaning sideways and on one side was a deep ditch. If I slid down in the ditch, I would not get the Highlander out. I was so nervous as I crept along. The boys and I did not talk as I drove this part. Finally I got through that area and found a place to park. I was sweating bullets about the return trip but once I was on the road, I was committed. There was no way out ...
... world to photograph. :). Did I tell you we went out on the rim about 11:30 at night last week and watched the Milky Way rise over the rim of the canyon. OM it was spectacular. The night was chilly so as we laid down on the concrete at the edge of the rim, Fran, EJ and I snuggled close to another family who had come out to see the stars. Weird when you think about laying down with strangers, . . but it was such a specular ...