Ruby's Inn at Bryce Canyon (Images of America)

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In the spring of 1916, Ruby and Minnie Syrett packed up their children and belongings and traveled to their new homestead at the gateway of what would one day become Bryce Canyon National Park. In the early 20th century, Southern Utah was still pioneer country. Hardy descendants of Mormon converts worked to tame the land and create productive farms. Little time was left to marvel at the scenery that surrounded their small communities. By 1919, the Syretts found themselves providing food and lodging for visitors who had learned of the canyon’s scenic wonder. A tourist lodge was constructed and opened in the spring of 1920. By 1923, Bryce’s Canyon was well known throughout the country and was proclaimed a national monument. From the beginning, Ruby and Minnie were committed to providing the very best in heartfelt Western hospitality. This small community continues to provide the facilities and amenities required to take care of the 1.5 million annual visitors from around the world who come to enjoy Bryce Canyon National Park.

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A. Jean Seiler, a Utah native, grew up in Salt Lake City. In 1987, he moved to the small community of Tropic, near Bryce Canyon, with his wife, Spring, and their six children. Jean works for Ruby’s Inn and has become very familiar with the area’s early history of tourism.

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