Harold's Place Inn
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... flops and carrying no water. I know they had to have a hard time getting up through Wall Street. At one point, I realized I was watching where I was stepping and was missing out on some scenery. So I tried looking up and walking. My foot slipped on the edge of the trail and I lost my balance briefly. It wasn't a huge drop-off, but I would have slid down an embankment and probably would have been a little banged up. I went back to watching my step! As we ascended up to ...
... through but Rob was very good at getting us opportunities for people free shots.
We then set off at 3:45pm for the last leg to our overnight stay at Bryce Canyon National Park. This meant our time was back to an hour forward again as we were back in Utah so it was fairly late getting there. Just had time for dinner as Daisy was starving so we missed the sunset but no big deal as we decided to catch the sunrise the next morning.
... of its magnesium content. Soon after the ranger talk, we had lunch at the nearby picnic area. Lunch was a subway sandwich and buttermilk. Soon after we went on a trail called the Navajo loop, theirs was a 1.3mi loop with a elevation drop of 400ft. It was a steep trail. The kids did awesome and we got to walk thro the giant hodoos. Along the trail we saw two natural bridges and thors hammer.
... walk from our cabin, we descended down the Navajo trail, which was steep with many switchbacks. We were glad we were not the people trying to climb up. If you’ve never been here, it’s an unusual landscape: tunneling canyons carved from erosion, bright orange in color. Our walking sticks helped us out as the loose pebbly trail was tricky and slippery. It was raining every so slightly, but we pressed on.
A friendly woman ...
Bryce Canyon (& Highway 12) (05/07)
I love the feeling I get as I drive through the gates of one of the big National Parks. It is like being a kid and getting handed a bag of pick n’ mix sweets. I am just excited at all the goodies I know are about to come my way. This is how we were feeling as we entered Bryce Canyon National Park this afternoon, but before that we had to get here.
From Torrey to Bryce you drive along Utah State Highway 12. Not ...