Days Inn Capitol Reef
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... to the rocks around. I should say the driving here is interesting. One is either hammering at their top speed of 65 down the freeway with large container trucks bearing on one or else travelling on dead straight roads with not a sole in sight.
We passed by Bryce Canyon with an indication of the sights to be seen there with columns of sandstone in amazing shapes. Where to have lunch? We passed a lovely cafe in Tropic but decided we could drive a little further to ...
... park, where there are paved roadways, (we chose to bypass the dirt roads) we exited on the other side and spent some time exploring the area around Torrey. There is a state park just south of Torrey and at 9600 ft. the views of the valley below take in the distant mountains and the topography that is Capitol Reef.
When we arrived at our hotel, we were surprised to discover that Beamer was not welcome. We book ...
... the different energies we are surrounded by," said Utah Symphony Music Director Thierry Fischer, an outdoor enthusiast. "Nature creates sound, and sounds are nature." *** There are 59 National Parks.
- The largest, at 8,323,148 acres, is Wrangell-St. Elias, in Alaska; the smallest, at 5,550 acres, is Hot Springs, in Arkansas.
- The first National Park, Yellowstone, was created in 1872, and is spread across Wyoming, ...
... nervous at the thought of the winding hairpins up and then the spectacular section where the road is the width of the mountain ridge with nothing either side except the drop. And yet, I really wanted to experience it again to see if it was as amazing as I remembered.
It was and is. I suspect that we could drive this road a thousand times and it would still be as amazing and awe-inspiring and slightly scary. Last trip I had sat, gripping the sides ...
... place called The Saddlery. Confusing because I saw no tack for sale. There was a stuffed bucking bull in the entry. They were kind enough to return its balls when they stuffed it. I'm sure the bull appreciates that. Several mounted buffalo heads on the wall, and a chandelier made of elk antlers. Had a distinctly Utah feel to it. I ate some dead cow and then shot four games of pool.
Lost all four of them, that's how good I am at ...