|One of the Twin Tunnels in Red Canyon back to Tropic UT|
|Stone Canyon Inn Sign|
|Western Meadowlark atop a Cedar tree|
The Stone Canyon Inn was built by Dixie and Mike in 2000 after selling their home and buying 80 acres in Tropic Utah and building this Inn and a few other smaller cabins for your comfort. They had traveled to the area and wanted to build a place to stay for others fall in love with the views they had seen when visiting there. When you enter the Inn, you see their Stone Canyon Inn Logo on the floor built with different color marble encompassed by the stone from the area. It is absolutely stunning.
Our room was grand and our hosts helpful and friendly. They have a bird feeder out front so that you can enjoy the local birds. As we checked in we were greeted also by the female driver of the construction equipment who apologized for the noise outside. Steve told her it was no problem and it usually takes longer than two minutes to piss us off. She jokingly asked, "What you need more time, maybe fifteen minutes?" This was Dana and we later met Amy who also was out there building a pool for the guests to look at from the balcony made of the huge rocks native to the area. They became our "rocks" during this visit and we have made life long friends. Birds of a feather, truly flock together even if they may be thousand miles apart at times. Enjoy this view, it speaks for itself.
|Black-Billed Magpie (Photo by Bryant Olsen Fool on the Hill Flicker)|
|Mountain Bluebird (Bryant Olsen)|
|Stone Canyon Inn|
|The view from one of the cabins|
|The view from the Balcony|
|House, Purple and Cassin Finches (16 of them eat at the feeders in front)|