320 Guest Ranch
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... as 200 feet. It goes off every 14 hours so we thought we were in the lucky time zone to catch it. We took our seats at 10:20 excited to have reached it in time. According to the notes we had, the predicted time could be + or - 75 minutes. At 12:00 we were still there and making friends with all the other Grand geyser groupies. I knew I was in the western US when I heard someone remark that waiting for this geyser to blow was ...
... day of riding and rafting. Our legs were sore and our back were tired. I felt like I paddled a horse down the river.
Tomorrow will be a bit more relaxed day before we hit the road again. Eating in and resting in one place has been the refresher we needed. Kids have been great. They've been sending postcards from each state back to themselves and others, collecting keychains and watching their 50 states videos when we are driving.
See you tomorrow.
... bubbling due to carbon dioxide, though at first I thought it was because of heat. We walked around on the walkway for about an hour or so seeing (in my opinion) the best sight of the day, then got back in the car to go to the Mammoth Hot Springs.
At Mammoth Hot Springs we went up on a walkway that went up, up, up and finally reached the hot spring. The hot spring looked like a mini waterfall that was all white and trickling down ...
We took a ranger led tour through the preserve with Sarah. She was an excellent source of knowledge and information regarding the creation of the preserve! We hiked with her to Phelps Lake. (Rain and All). In 2001 Laurence Rockefeller donated 33,000 acres and in 2004 all of the cabins that originally created the family ranch were moved off the land. There are still a few stone foundations left, but the land is ...
Friday, Day 7... We decided last night that we'd seen most of Bryce Canyon National Park… To really see more of the park… we’d have to either go off the roads in an ATV or take to one or two of the trails… I’m so surprised at how many people are out wandering ...