Willow Glen Inn
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- Minbar in room
- Refrigerator in room
- Microwave in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- High-speed internet in room
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We have spent a couple of days in Cedar City which is a small town in Utah. Firstly because its a good base to explore some great national parks and secondly because poor Darren was sick and I was sick of his driving. LOL Actually for an Aussie he does ok but it does get a bit scary when your hugging a cliff side and he tends to vere to the right all the time, he kinda has trouble keeping in the right lane for some reason. Theres been a few moments when ...
... places where you can hike to places of interest. This we did.
At the base of the canyon runs the Virgin River. Do not be fooled by its small appearance because it created the entire canyon. The river, however, is shallow enough to wade through for kids. After yesterday's experience with water and rocks, the forecast of ...
... on this hike in recent years, this excursion will test my strength and courage. I will be forced to cross waist-high water dozens of times, which will accelerate my leg fatigue. Also, I will meet a bunch of nature lovers and other die hard backpackers and mountain climbers. I do not want to get intimidated by their determination and total passion for what they are probably going to be doing better than I am. Lastly, I hope the novelty won't wear off.
... remainder of the scenic byway 12 to Panguitch where it ends. We then drove on scenic byway U-143, first time ever we have both seen a sign warning you that you are not on a particular road (THIS IS NOT THE 8)9!! Rich doubted my road selection but all worked out well. We drove via Panguitch Lake, which looks like a great place to holiday, on to Brian Head, this byway is called the Patchwork Pathway which is a true description of ...
... is not fenced and there a numerous deaths in National Parks every year. If this was back home, the fencing would be so high! We returned after going to another very short look out in front of the lodge, had a few photos taken and went back for a well earned beer at 5.00 pm. Mike was our barman, he actually poured beer from a plastic cup into our glasses, Andrew still tipped him against my wishes. The beer was very expensive at $12.40 for two Grand Canyon ...