Bybee's Steppingstone Motel
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- I have arrived at Bryce Canons!
- I'm staying here for 7 days!
- I gave the cabins a full maintenance (clean, plumbing, and heating) for money and got paid $150 dollars per cabin.
- I worked 6 out of the 7 days and was paid $900
- When I'm not working I plan on hiking, snowshoeing , sledding and winter astronomy ...
... on us part of the way down. It had finally stopped raining/snowing by the time we got back to camp, but things were drippy.
The campground was more crowded with campers on either side of us.
Monday, September 29,
We woke up to a bit of cold, but we slept pretty well. Today we will take our horse ride down into Bryce Canyon.
We drove I to the park and hung around sunrise point enjoying the view and having a snack.
Our ride was ...
... needs beauty as well as bread, places to play in and pray in, where nature may heal and cheer and give strength to body and soul alike.” John Muir (founder of Sierra Club and proponent of preserving the wilderness).
After our strenuous hike, we finished the tour of the park and came back to the campground for lunch and a nap. Later in the afternoon we took a ride to Red Canyon which is northwest of Bryce Canyon. They say that Butch ...
... the rock, this was the most vibrant red we had so far encountered on the trip. The rocks were blazing like fire, in wicked formations reminiscent of fairy castles. Pinnacles, arches, caves and columns were etched into the rocks, looking for all the world like they had been out there deliberately by an artist recreating a mythical wonderland playground. Arches stretched over the top of the road, and we passed through two solid bridge-like structures en route to the park.
... took us to Rainbow Point and a walk through Spruce Fur Forrest along Bristlecone Loop.
Our final mission of the day was to take in a sunset view. After deciphering the map (which was wrong!) we found the view point and armed with mini hotdogs and burgers to keep the girls quiet we watched the sun go down. Beautiful.
Much more compact than Yellowstone but with spectacular views crammed in everywhere.
Tomorrow we are off ...