Days Inn Parowan
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... by car. If you want to camp overnight they give you a bear proof container to put all your food into as there are lots of black bears in the park! No thanks to any camping offer here for us Bryce Canyon is in Utah....much nicer scenery....green grass...plants...animals that look healthy! Much more like home! We had lunch just outside the park and then drove to ...
... we got to Duck Creek Village, I'm so glad I didn't get a cabin down in that area. Tons of ATVs and way too many people. Much more peaceful and scenic where we are.
While on the drive over to Duck Creek, we spotted our first signs of wildlife ... 3 deer plus an eagle. Actually saw the eagle in its nest. It had built a huge nest at the top of this big dead pine tree.
... 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 ...
... First stop waas Sunset View, which was where Gordon first showed us the canyon. My reaction this time was exactly the same as last time - "Wow!" Its a canyon same as all the other canyons, but this one is filled with hoodoo's, which are pillars or columns where the surrounding material has been eroded by water and ice. There's a resemblance to the Chinese Terracotta army. The Navajo say that it was a tribe of bad people, who were turned to stone, and it looks ...