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... very many parking spaces on that side of the road and you are not allowed to turn left into the parking lot on the opposite side of the road. We were in luck! Two open spots!
The Canyon Overlook Trail ascends about 100 feet total in elevation. It's not a difficult trail, but the initial stone steps up are rather steep. When we topped the steps, we saw a couple with binoculars checking something out on the cliffs across the road. We stopped and they told us ...
... go, and some groups had 3-4 people in their group. I could feel my heart beating in my chest and my palms were starting to sweat. I wanted so badly to get the chance for this one-in-a-lifetime experience. One after another the numbers were called, bingo style. They were down to the last three people and called out number 16. The guy who won jumped up and said he had 3 in his group. My heart sank and I fought back tears that welled up in my eyes. I didn’t know why ...
... off as much as you want. John and I think this is the greatest idea. This controls the crowds and the traffic. When we were at Yellowstone last year the traffic was terrible and people would just stop in the middle of a road to see a site or an animal. I wish they would provide the buses there. They do this in Denali in Alaska also and it just makes for a nicer visit. By the way, if you are 62 or older you can buy a lifetime park pass for ...
... at a station that had mechanics who worked on the shuttle buses for Bryce Canyon. They were able to get it started, but it wouldn’t start on its own.
They told Mike where to get the part and get it fixed and it was in Cedar City, which was 70 miles away. So they got on the phone and found a NAPA store who had the part and a Ford dealer who was willing to fix it today. So off we went ...
... in a flash
flood because of the storm. Instead we walked over to grab a shuttle
and headed to the visitors centers, enjoying the air conditioning and
avoiding some rain. Still sore from the morning climbs, the kids
came back to the campsite to rest more and attempt to catch some
lizards, which scuttle around everywhere here. Bob and I took the
shuttle back up the canyon and hiked the Grotto Trail, relatively
flat and cooler after the storm broke some of ...