Bybee's Steppingstone Motel
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... We drove into the park and hung around sunrise point enjoying the view and having a snack. Our ride was scheduled for 1:00 so a little before that time, we headed to the horse corral. It was an overcast day with some sun. We started the ride by going down into the canyon. Getting up close to the rock formations was really neat! For the beginning of the trail, we were on a horse only trail. Then we rode the Peek-a-Boo loop which is a hiker/horse trail. The peek-a-boo is is a ...
... we were in the room. The room was a bit of a letdown after the cabin. It was very dark and dreary. There was a nice patio outside the room, but it was a bit too chilly in the shade. Oh well, we weren't here for the room anyway.
Time to go in search of dinner! We opted for Valhalla Pizza just outside the main lodge. It really wasn't bad and was certainly convenient. By this time, we were feeling tired. We ran into a couple that had been on our horseback ride and ...
... 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 ...
... of Utah. The community was named by an act of the Utah Territorial Legislature signed by Brigham Young in 1851, honoring President Millard Fillmore. For a time, Fillmore was the territorial capital of Utah. The original Statehouse building stands today as the oldest existing governmental building in the state and is maintained by the State of Utah as a historic site and museum.
Heading to Bryce Canyon National Park now.... cool pics ...
... tired and didn’t like having dusty feet, as they were hiking in Crocs. Who can blame them for wanting clean feet? If you're aghast that the children would be hiking in Crocs, relax. They hiked all through the Alps in Crocs, they're like mountain goats. Their low center of gravity really helps them out. And BTW, they chose their footwear.
You could try to describe the landscape here, but we’ll just let the pictures show you. ...