Days Inn Parowan
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... of erosion. Butte (pronounce bee-ute) is the rock formation that is smaller and the second stage of erosion from Mesa. Spire is the final stage of erosion from Butte, is the rock formation that become narrow and free standing. Once eroded by wind and water, only the bottom Organ rock that hold up the sandstone will remain, ex Totem Pole, Three ...
... we got to the pool we determined that another trail led back to the Grotto and wasn't much further than taking the same trail back. We hiked back to the Grotto, about 3 miles in all, and got back on the shuttle and stayed on all the way back to the visitors center. At the car, we ate the rest of the lunch we brought. It was 6:30 pm by now. The drive home took a couple of hours and we got back around 9:00 pm. We did watch another movie before bed though. A long day of great ...
... hoping that the weather improves as we are roughing it the next few nights staying in a "covered wagon", which appears to be a shed on wheels with a mattress. Maybe we are feeling a bit travelled out, maybe too many national parks, maybe too much time in the car? But with the car being returned in a couple of days and the prospect of 5 star luxury in Las Vegas, city living in LA and onward to Hawaii, I'm sure our wanderlust will ...
... it was a mad rush approaching darkness when we reached Hatch with only 15 minutes before the cafe closed. We stayed at Hatch the night and went to the Galaxy Diner for breakfast can highly recommend the food and the service.
Today is the 28th May and we set off from Hatch to see Zion National Park. This park is very different from the Grand Canyon and Bryce in that you are in the valley looking up at the towering rock ...
... them up in gale force winds. Someone had to stay and man the campsite and I volunteered.
The Grand Canyon is truly awesome and once you are in the park there are shuttle buses running every 15 minutes that take you all over the park you get on and off as you like and it is included in your entry price. We have bought a park pass so for $80 we get entry into the parks for a year great value.
We rode through a ...