The Rim Rock Inn
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... the way. Besides, the clouds were beginning to look a little ominous, and We at least wanted to make it to the end.
The overlooks in Bryce Canyon are really spectacular. The road is at about 8000 to 9000 feet elevation, and you look down into the canyons below. The rock formations are everywhere, with hoodoos and canyons, with bright reds and oranges and browns. It's difficult in a photograph the sheer size of all of this, but it is ...
... 8217;t have to work so hard.
Today we indoors and I start making the curtains. I have seven windows to cover and it takes me a couple of days. The curtains do look nice and we now have a total blackout from the sun. This will come in useful for the heat, cold and light. The temperatures are still high in the day, up to 115ᵒF but they actually cool down to about 60 ᵒF at night. I can do some barbequeing here, so we are back to having ...
... br> Well, our plans to hike the canyons….destroyed by the darn
white stuff I mentioned earlier. It was forecasted to snow and rain and being
in a slot canyon let alone 2 didn’t seem smart so we relaxed and enjoyed the
white stuff while it lasted which wasn’t long where we were but all around us
it kept falling.
We are moving 40 miles down HWY 24 to Hanksville UT.
On the move
Rusty and Debbie
... airport runs two flights a day for four months of the year. Needless to say it was not busy! After a one and a bit hour flight we landed in Salt Lake City and the warm weather continues – 30+ degrees. We picked up our large family vehicle only to find we could not fit three medium sized suitcases in it. We then tried another, no luck. A third vehicle… no luck. Thanks to a very friendly man at Avis, we finally managed to get a ...
... owned and managed. I found a Herbalife brochure in our hotel room! The owner's daughter was a distributor, just like me.J
Before the parade was due to start, there was a sudden heavy gust of wind that blew chairs off the porch and I immediately became concerned about our bikes that were chained to a tree in front of our hotel room. (My bike had fallen once before back in Colorado. It was on the day we did a bike race. Without knowing that the derailleur had been damaged, at ...