Lamplighter Inn

581 N Main St., Panguitch, Utah, 84759, United States | Inn
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A travel blog entry by linleyc


... said expresso. She also said five seconds, which was totally accurate when I drove it. (Tropic has a population of about 400.) I decided to chance it. And lo, it wasn't too bad!! More happies!! In fact, they were so nice, I think I might bail on my free included pretty ordinary breakfast tomorrow and go there.

Back to Bryce Canyon. (I ran up a few miles, here.) I was left with a couple of hours to kill before my trail ride. Photo time!! ...

We Never Met a Rock We Didn't Like

A travel blog entry by pavelmichaelusa


... held our interest.

But, time being of the essence, we soldiered on to Bryce Canyon. Just when we were starting to feel that geology had mustered its best, and that this would be too little, too late--we got to the entrance of Red Rock--a prelude to the Canyon. Basically, through water, wind, seasonal temperature changes, and sand-blasting erosion the large monoliths that would have ...

Rainy Day of Travel

A travel blog entry by rmwright


... We keep promising ourselves we will take less and today we did. Tomorrow we HOPE to get to Bryce Canyon and then travel on Rte 12. Rte 12 was voted the 2nd most scenic drive in the world. Number 1 is in New Zealand, so probably wont see that one. Looking to post lots of pictures in the next two days.

The few pictures here were just extremely unusual formations we have seen over the last two days.

What exactly are Hoodoos?

A travel blog entry by nadyapb


... they could fall over at any minute.

The next overlook, Natural Bridge, should be on everyone's itinerary, even if you have limited time. At this location, you can marvel at a giant arch jutting out just beyond the overlook (the word "bridge" in the name is a misnomer, as the arch was formed by erosion from freezing and thawing water inside the cracks of the limestone, rather than from running water).

Hoping for great sunset views, we stopped ...

Day 21 - A Soggy Bryce Point Traverse Trail

A travel blog entry by trojakstravels

... before we left the campground tomorrow and asking her to send it to us when it was done. Now she appeared in this storm with the hair ties completed – the prettiest flowers and she had a knitted cap for Michael. When I saw him put it on, I expected him to burst out in song. He looked just like the current boy singers.

They stopped over to check on us. They knew we went hiking and were concerned we might be stuck. How nice of them to ...

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