Travel Blogs from Panguitch
... 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.
... to cover the entire 5.5. miles so we decided to do the portion that took us to Sunrise Point, where we planned on picking up the most popular trail in Bryce, the Queens Garden/Navajo Loop combination.
The Rim trail was breathtaking. It was aptly named, as we were pretty much on the edge of the rim the entire time. Looking ahead was especially harrowing, as we could see the steep drop offs that were just steps off the trail. This ...
... ability to make pancakes for breakfast and once again the taste of ordinary food seems a thousand times better in the woods. Mike found buttermilk in a nearby store and made pancakes from scratch. Who said you can’t have fine cooking in an RV? Kristi and I make the pancakes super unhealthy by adding chocolate chips but dark chocolate is filled with antioxidants, right? A thanks to Leslie Bachinsky for sharing the recipe with us ...
... I also asked Katie and Michael to create a test for certain sections in World History that we had learned. It was fun to see how each approached giving a test. Katie covered main areas and Michael looked for the minor details you might overlook. I thought perhaps if they had to create a test, that they would be forced to learn it even better. I was more surprised at their excitement in creating a test.
I am still trying to get our ...
Having spent the late part of the evening viewing the rings
and moons of Saturn, the star Vega and the moon through astronomical telescopes
set up in the car park behind the Visitors Centre , we were in no mind for an early
sunrise start this morning, so the sun rose without our supervision.
After breakfast we drive to Bryce Point for the start of the
Peek a boo Trail. This was an extremely dusty, 2.7 mile descent into the
canyon, followed by ...