Cottonwood Meadow Lodge
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... items, and charge cameras, iPods and phones, ready for a communal night's sleep! (Fortunately, a quick survey revealed that nobody was a snorer!) When we came out of the restaurant, the weather was thankfully much drier than we had been experiencing. It gave us a brief spell in which to get our bags out of the van, get our wash bags, sleeping bags and pyjamas out and get washed and ready for bed. Once we were all in the teepee, and the nervous giggles were out of the way, it was time to sleep.
... Red Canyon was beautiful but since you pass through it to get to Bryce Canyon it doesn't get much attention. When we got to Bryce we decided to take the shuttle through the park because parking is limited. This was the most crowded park we have visited. The fact it was the most beautiful day we have had weather-wise probably contributed to that. It was 75 degrees and the most beautiful blue skies, not a ...
... we’d have to say here for all the world to know that it was among one of the most scenic drives we’ve ever taken. Listed as one of America’s Scenic Byways, each new rise, every turn offered amazing vistas of mesas, plateaus, spires. This area has to be a geologist’s dream! There are so many different colors of rock, so many things going on that you can almost feel the earth rising under your feet. You can imagine time and ...
... to do some photo sorting before bed.
A few afterthoughts...
*When you don’t know what you’re doing and a horse decides to trot/canter, it’s actually pretty hard to hold on!
*Horses are really quite smelly and they will do their business absolutely anywhere (watch out for the spray!)
*Riding isn't necessarily relaxing but actually quite tiring & painful.
... to those of Bryce Canyon. The forces of nature and the passage of time (millions of years) have created these beautiful mountains, plateaus and rock formations; these same forces created many of the other natural wonders in this part of
the country. After leaving the park we headed east on UT Rt. 14 and north on US Rt. 89, back to the campground. We thoroughly enjoyed our excursion today.