It is that time of year when the dew stays on the grass blades just a bit longer each morning. The sun starts to hesitate before it peeks over the mountain tops. This is nature’s way of ushering in the fall. The magnificent colors begin to pop as the leaf’s change from green to fiery yellows, reds, and oranges. That last bit of summer and first hint of fall colliding, fills me with wanderlust. And this weekend is loaded with things to do in Bryce Canyon National Park.
Start with Coffee
Sometimes the best part of Bryce Canyon is passing through Panguitch, Utah and stopping at the cozy coffee shop called Wanderlust Cowgirl Coffee Shop. My favorite coffee order is the creamy vanilla latte. It’s so delicious that I haven’t stopped thinking about my hands cradling its warmth as I sip it slowly while making the 20-minute drive to the entrance of Bryce Canyon National Park. We plan on stopping by Wanderlust to say hi to the workers who were so kind and personable the last time we came through. My husband is excited to order the freshly baked kolache; it is a divine pastry that is made fresh in the wee hours of the morning. Consistency and hard work have given Wanderlust a name to remember when considering your morning brew.
This coming weekend I am taking my family to Bryce for the Canyon-2-Canyon bike ride, Movie in the park, and the Fly-in and car show and a balloon glow. If you follow the links you will find all the info you need on this weekends activities as well as additional things to do. So much to do and so little time left in the summer. We are so excited to be a part of it all and hope to see you there!
Fulfill the wanderlust in you.
Whether it be the coffee or travel, or both!