Canyon Lodge Motel
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... different. The only common characteristic is they are all beautiful! Wish we could have had all our family with us to see the beauty. Feeling guilty we didn't take you on more southwest vacations . Left Bryce Canyon to drive to Park City to see our niece, Jessica Glass. We met her at the resort where she works, WOW! It is mammoth and amazingly beautiful! Way out of our class- we felt like a couple ...
... other side of the tunnel the scenery was just as amazing with red rocks and white rocks towering over the roadway and various patterns of natural grooves and striations across the rock faces.
Just after exiting Zion National Park we saw a buffalo preserve with adult and baby buffalos (common name for bison) walking along the side of the road. At first we thought they were cattle but then realized they were bison. Not something you see every day in ...
... were there, taking time out from their trip to watch the soccer game. They probably didn’t even notice us.
Back in the car, we headed for Capital Reef.We found out about this drive from our mechanic, Howard. It’s a 16-mile drive through more amazing scenery. The rocks have changed colors once more. They are less red, more tan. At one of the turnouts for a scenic view, you could see for miles and miles. A sign indicated that this area had ...
... br> states. The highway travels through a diverse, remote and very rugged landscape. From
the west it starts out by going through Red Canyon, an area of beautiful red rock mountains and rock formations, it then passes through Bryce Canyon National Park. It was here that we took a short hike of about 1 mile round trip, the first half being all uphill, to a beautiful waterfall and “Mossy Cave”, a hollowed out area in the rock face that has ...
... he can tell you some fantastic stories.
The Gem Theatre is certainly a gem. Built back in 1909 during the silent film era. In 1924 one of the film reels got stuck in the projector and caught fire. Only the outer shell of the building survived "this" fire.
Stories have been told that during the 20's and 30's rats were running under their feet! There was another fire in 1934; again caused by film in ...