Bryce Canyon Western Town
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... was more fun to experience. Whether it was the bright orange and red hoodoos, or studying the boulders that appeared to be held precariously in place by little stones, or just trying to figure out how long before the center of an arch would erode creating two new hoodoos, provided a more exhilarating experience.
We are on to Zion National Park tomorrow. Thanks for taking the time to see what we are up to. ...
... intent then on spotting one . Suffice to say we stopped every time we passed this particular meadow as I was convinced they were there. There was a dearth of prairie dogs until one am after a look I told Diane to drive on convinced none would appear. But then much to my delight we saw a few enjoying breakfast and the early sun. This back packer was well pleased and glad her eye sight the previous day hadn't let her down ! Each of our photo stops proved to be gasp inducing ...
... Bryce, so we decided to drive to Rainbow Point and then hit all of the viewpoints on our way back. When we reached Rainbow Pt, the parking lot was packed. We drove around and around until someone left.
We rushed to the viewpoint and there it was.......FOG. Nothing but fog. We occasionally would get glimpses through the fog, but there was little to see. Oh well. We'll just stop along the way back and see if the fog clears. At one point, we saw a couple of ravens just hanging ...
... in that area, and, in fact, he had a hideout in the Capital Reef National Park. We drove through a couple of arches on the highway.
We came back and Mike cooked us salmon for dinner. Karen has to ration her wine because there is some issue with buying wine in Utah and she hasn’t been able to replenish her supply. She is down to her last bottle. She will be glad when we leave Utah for that reason.
We are off to Zion National Park ...
... of rock reminiscent of soft serve ice cream. Rivulets and valleys caused by rainfall crisscrossed across the rocks, leaving checkerboard patterns etched into the red waves. At the top of the hill, we entered a tunnel cut into the rock. Built by hand and completed in 1930, the tunnel was constructed by the CCC (civilian construction corps - founded by the government to provide jobs for people during and after the depression) by drilling holes into the rock face, packing it ...
Other places to stay in Bryce
105 E Center Street, Bryce | 2 star motelfrom $99
- Clean and comfortable
- Bryce View Lodge: A roof above your head - and that's about it
- Good location, bad quality
1150 Highway 12, Bryce | Motelfrom $50