The Rim Rock Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... as we tourists do like to drink, and they get lots of tourists. Arrived in Torrey at 2 pm, early enough to grab a bite and head out for a sightsee on highway 24 ("Journey through Time, Scenic Byway" noted on map) towards (but not to) Bryce Canyon, where we were awed once again with the surprising scenery. There were the red rocks and canyons – we were ready for them, but WOW. What we weren’t expecting was a climb up to ...
... br> We stopped for lunch in a lay-by with a glorious blue view. Most Utah views are red, but this one looks out across the mountainside down into the valley where there is a deep blue lake and across to distant mountains. The combination of reflected sky in the lake and green pine trees make this a blue view. There were two cars already parked up and G decided that he didn't want to eat his lunch with vertigo by parking right on the edge of the area ...
... on the cross country or show jumping course by diagonally crossing two red flags on the jump? THAT. They diagonally cross two red flags and stick them on the back of the cattle sign, so they wave out the top of it. Makes the sign harder to miss.
During the course of my drive today, I discovered that those two waving red flags are code for, "We have turned our cattle out to graze this major highway today. Please try not to hit ...
... chance of freezing as it improves the ground for next year's crop. The loop took us along the Gooseberry Fremont Scenic Backway into high pasture with beautiful autumnal aspens, at times glimpsing the Fremont River.
We saw a mule train heading along the Old Spanish Trail, which had been called 'the longest, crookedest, most ornery pack trail ...
... ll need.
2) We seem to be continuing with our rain-making skills. Hopefully we'll get to see some clear night skies at Bryce with the full moon shining!
3) Each area we visit is unique, beautiful, interesting, and deserves more time than we can give it on this trip.
Arches National Park: Black-throated Sparrow
Capitol Reef National Park: Cassin's Kingbird