Willow Glen Inn
- Minbar in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Microwave in room
- Refrigerator in room
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... s Landing, The Great White Throne, The East Temple and the Altar of Sacrifice. The canyon rose up thousands of feet above us. The sides of the mountains were sheer cliffs. There was clear evidence that hunks of rock had fallen off leaving the smooth sides or even undercut ledges and arches. It was also clear that even though these mountains had formed thousands of years ago, erosion was still happening. Recently fallen boulders lined the edge of ...
... day early. Somehow the message never came from the office.
He got in his golf cart and led us to our spot only to find another motorhome already there! He was great...got on the phone and found us another place where we would not have to unhook our trailer. But....the connections for the water, sewer and ...
... of course we didn't have a camera but he was a very nice guy just like everyone else we have meet.
6/19/14 We started working our way to Bryce Canyon today but we took this beautiful route that included the Cedar Breaks, Red Canyon, and then Bryce Canyon this drive was only 1.5hr trip but not the Eldridge's we took about 5hrs to do the trip and we loved every minute of it! We have been taking all kinds ...
... aqueducts and canals. Without this the desert would not bloom. But there are ever more trees planted and the snowfall is finite... Suddenly the orange groves and signs telling us about the drought disappeared and we were in the Mojave desert ...for most of the trip! We saw hills and fantastic landscapes, we skirted the edge of Death Valley and were wowed by the rock formations. We even saw some of Las Vegas. The temperature rose to 109'F which ...
... Lake Powell Resort. Took a cruise to Glen Canyon Dam and the "tapestry" walls of Antelope Canyon. It's was a pretty spectacular view. The boat brought us right between the slot canyons. Lake Powell was created in 1963 when the Glen Canyon Dam held back the waters of the Colorado River, creating a vast blue lake surrounded by beautiful sandstone walls. ...