Harold's Place Inn
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- Free parking
- Pets allowed
TripAdvisor Reviews Harold's Place Inn Panguitch
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... you see are not Americans. You hear so many different languages being spoken, mostly European languages with a lot of Dutch, German and French. A fair amount of what I suspect is Chinese. It is like the world has discovered this beautiful part of the US, but Americans have not. A hiker stopped Mark and asked him about the trail. When Mark responded, the hiker said "Oh, you speak English."
Actually, it seems everyone speaks English, ...
... worked with the tripod shortened by about 14inches, meaning I spent a lot of time kneeling in the sand.
After getting to “work,” I quickly realized that Canyon X was MUCH shorter than what I had seen in Lower Antelope the day before (but still really beautiful). At first, I was disappointed. But then I realized that since there were only 5 of us shooting that day, I pretty much had the whole place to explore for pretty ...
... 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 ...
... t have any snow on the road, there was significant snow along the sides and a bit of ice on some of the viewpoint walkways. That's when we decided to head for the lodge for some dinner and to warm up!
Speaking of "warming up", the lodge room, which was quite large, was heated by electric baseboard heat. Coming in from the cold, it initially felt good. But it didn't take long before we got too hot especially ...