Bryce Canyon Inn
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... his extra battery charger and how to use the phone. We met a nice couple from Missouri who talked our ear off telling us places we should see while we were there. The most interesting person we met was an older lady who didn’t speak English very well. She said she was Chinese-American and has been here 18 years. She is now an American citizen, and she was very proud of that.
We decided to take the scenic route to Bryce Canyon even though ...
... thanks to its other worldly landscapes, easily accessible on a variety of trails of various difficulties.
We ate our picnic lunch at another scenic site, right next to a field of prairie dogs. Possibly one of the most adorable animals in the area, these tiny meerkat-like animals were once one of the most numerous animals in the USA. However, European colonisers brought rats carrying the bubonic plague, and nearly wiped out the entire population. However, a programme ...
... 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 ...
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 ...
... the trail. Walter's Wiggles is the section of twenty-one steep, sharp zigzags up to a scenic plateau. This is what I saw in the pictures! The last half-mile was across a narrow sandstone ridge lined with support chains for some protection on the sheer cliffs at an elevation of 5,785 feet. There was a section of sheer fin where I could look down and see a steep drop off on both sides. This whole section of the hike is very precarious, and ...