Cottonwood Meadow Lodge
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... switchbacks going down to the floor of the canyon. It is really awesome walking along the hoodoos.
This trail is three miles and not a bad hike until the very end. The last .8 mile is hiking up out of the canyon. Overall, the trail was very pretty with great views, tunnels, and other views amongst the red rocks.
Although the climb out was tiring, I was glad we did this hike.
We ate lunch overlooking the canyon and savoring our last look at the canyon ...
We left Moab around 8 am and headed for Bryce Canyon National Park. It was sunny and around 71 degrees; however they are predicting storms for today.
Before we left, Mike and John took the dogs for a walk along the Colorado River. Moab has a walking bridge across the river and it is a nice area to walk the dogs.
Every time John and I travel it reminds us that most people are good and kind. Yesterday while we were at The Arches National ...
... thanks to its other worldly landscapes, easily accessible on a variety of trails of various difficulties.
We ate our picnic lunch at another scenic site, right next to a field of prairie dogs. Possibly one of the most adorable animals in the area, these tiny meerkat-like animals were once one of the most numerous animals in the USA. However, European colonisers brought rats carrying the bubonic plague, and nearly wiped out the entire population. However, a programme ...
... it’s exhausting – really!!) I read and finished yet another book and Sevi slept like a baby - snoring rather loudly! …
The nights here are really beautiful and the skies are filled with what seems like a million stars we could just sit out and watch them all night long.
Sunday 29th June –
Driving to Bryce today we spotted and stopped at a German Bakery – YUM! Fresh yummy bread was ...
... back as the canyon is on your right side. The park also offers a free bus that stops at the look outs.
The Hoodoos (the eroded pinnacles) were spectacular. Some looked like Easter Island man. Most are red but some larger ones have a white head and red body.The extreme temperatures in the area with ice melting and percolating into the rocks and freezing cases the blocks to crack vertically.
On the ...