Cottonwood Meadow Lodge
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... private bathrooms? Was it the wooden lodges on the camp site? Were we going to drive out of Bryce and stay in a hotel nearer our next destination? Well, not quite. Jen had booked us a teepee. Each? Nope. One teepee, for the whole group. Yes. You read it correctly. We were all going to sleep together, this group of people who had known each other for a day, in a teepee. If we weren't happy, Jen had informed us, we could still pitch a tent, but with the rain still hammering down, ...
... but the best was still to come.
Out of Zion Park and a bit of agriculture on the flat in the valley and then back into ruggedness as we approach Bryce Canyon National Park. Go through a tunnel on the edge of a mountain that was built in the 1920's and has 5 windows cut in the side so you can see down the valley - only wide enough for our bus to go one at a time. I will let the photos tell the story of Bryce Canyon, don't know that ...
... air in the lower 48. It was like looking on to forever.
A stop at the park’s Visitor’s Center helped us determine the best spots to stop. And we picked up some park-grown apricots for the trip at $1 a bag. You can’t beat that!
We finished the drive through Capital Reef and began our journey to Bryce, taking another Scenic Byway, Highway 12. If you ever have the chance to journey on this road, take it. The ...
... 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.
... talent reenact the Quilt Walk.
We pulled in the Hitch n Post RV Park and met Jodi, one of the new owners. The people are extremely friendly, down to earth and care about your stay. The park is immaculate.
While there we sat on the front porch of the office and talked with the previous owners and met an very colorful fellow by the name of Gary. Gary is most likely in his mid-to-late 60"s, sports a ...