BEST WESTERN Town & Country Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Indoor pool
- Swimming pool
- Non-smoking rooms
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... a high silt content, because it looked pretty muddy.
The entire scenic road is essentially a river canyon path with huge, red vertical sides on both sides. This is a really deep gorge, where the sides are up to 2000 ft high. the scenery is breathtaking in spots, and we made sure to take lots of pictures. From there we hopped on the shuttle down to Big Bend. There's not a lot of hiking there, more just an opportunity to take some ...
... bus and took the ten minute ride west through town. Much to our disappointment, the market was a bust. Only eight white tents and of those, only six were vendors. Victor said it was a misrepresentation of advertising since it was so small and limited. There were baked goods, fresh eggs, a few veggies and some home grown mushrooms. A mormon family dressed in traditional simple clothing was selling nature photos and another table had ...
Today is a road trip day. We head south on 80, then onto 40 to 189 south. This route takes us by the Jordanelle Reservoir toward Heber. The mountains surround us and the winding roads, with hills of autumn colors, makes for a great ride. We pass another reservoir call Deere Creek. As this is a holiday, the boats are out and people are enjoying themselves. These reservoirs store water for the surrounding communities. They need water from ...
... supplies (for essential supplies, read beer, toothpaste and flip-flops!).
As we left Arizona, and put our watches ahead one hour to Utah time, we noticed a dramatic change in the colours of the landscape. From the ambers of Arizona, we suddenly found ourselves in the deep reds of Utah. Here, the volcanic activity is more recent and bright red hues sweep the rocks layered on top of limestone peaks. It truly is a stunning sight, and a beautiful drive. Here the plant ...
... hike many spoke of in hushed tones while we rode the shuttle bus. It is considered a very dangerous hike for anyone weak in the stomach for heights or for small children and many have died in their attempts. Albeit the warnings provided by the park, many ascend the peak's challenge and the hushed buzz we heard on the bus just enthused us further to accept the challenge. The first half of the hike is filled ...