Harold's Place Inn
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... really annoying each other? 6) Other than in New York, where we stayed with dear friends, we have not stayed anywhere for more than 4 nights, at what point will that become an issue? 7) We still have no firm plans for the last month of the trip, after Vietnam....all ideas welcomed. Tomorrow we are getting up before dawn to see the sunrise over Bryce Canyon, so off to bed for me. I hope all is well at home, I am thinking of friends and family often. Lots of love ...
... the spired peaks. There were two other overlooks, and not to sound pessimistic, but it is a one-trick pony. Once you’ve seen it from one angle, the rest are redundant. Again, it’s a National Monument, not a Park, so it won’t last long – though well worth the trip.
Middle grounds. We decided to break free of our eating at chains and try a local spot. Cowboy Smokehouse was our destination. The first clue it was ...
If one of the very best exercises is walking then walking up and down trails (hiking) must be the "best exercise" on steroids. Here at Bryce there are 69 miles of hiking trails. Over the past two plus months, I have had the opportunity to hike the majority of the groomed trails plus a few miles of the back country trails. Some have an elevation change of over 1700 feet from the entrance at the rim of ...
... and they made the sign out of bits of timber there wasn`t enough room to write Home Made Pies so they just wrote down Ho` made and the name continues to day.
We had sandwiches and shared a Thunderberry (mixed berries) pie and ice cream which was lovely. Outside the window there were hanging flower arrangements with bird feeders where we watched little humming birds feeding. They are pretty little birds with long beaks and wings that move so fast you can barely ...
... cost about $300.00 and we knew we had no guarantee of getting to go up but just being on a crew is exciting and a fun experience. Once the balloon launches, if you are on the ground, you are now on the "chase team.". This means you keep an eye on your balloon and follow it by car. The chase team and pilot have 2-way radios for air to ground communication. Air currents and elevation determine the direction the balloon goes so the pilot has very ...