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 ...
... at night) last time I was here, but I have no way of knowing for sure. If it is the same road though, I'm kind of glad I didn't know where we were driving because it was pretty intimidating WITHOUT snow and ice and total dark. :-D It is also probably the most spectacular bit of road I've ever been down.
I have NO photos of the good bits. None. There is NOWHERE to stop and take them, and no "scenic pull-outs" because there is ...
... 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.
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... there was a 3 mile winding, cliff side gravel road that Jared had to navigate, which he did well enough for us to survive. The views over the edge were not only beautiful but gave you a bit of a scare, making for one memorable drive. A few miles after reaching the bottom, we stopped off the side of the road to enjoy the sunset and dinner. It was a combined effort to make chicken and rice burritos. We were planning on stopping off ...