Bullberry Inn B&B
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... the canyon as one of the women took one look at the steps and decided the trip wasn't for her - her husband decided to continue and I'm glad he did, he provided some entertainment by letting one rip when we were down there (the Mexican food was blamed). Our guide provided a short 'numpties' tutorial on setting up the camera to get the best shots; much needed in my case as I hadn't quite managed to get passed the auto options. ...
... window" and it was beautiful. The picture did not show how pretty it was. It rained and the wind blew all the way down. Our tour guide was good and told jokes all the way. Don got off the bus a couple of times to take pictures with the red waterproof camera. We were a bit wet and cold when we got back to camp so turned on heater and warmed up before heading to Canyon Pines for dinner. As we were heading back to camp, we saw a double rainbow! So rain seems to be letting up ...
... Amanda often overestimates the time we need, so I had time to get an icecream and relax for a while. We camped at Kodachrome State Park among more fantastic rock walls and sand towers, and for the first time since Yellowstone we had plenty of room to spread out. Dinner was spag bol, and we had a fire because it was a cool night - 6 ...
... wall-street to sunset point. I have to say that the climb in and out of the canyon were much more scenic, but the loop it self was the challenge we were looking for. We knew we needed to train and know what our bodies were capable of if we were to hike the grand canyon Rim to ...
... We could have watched them for the whole day, but hiking and the hoodoos called!
The hoodoos is the name given by the early park officials in the area to describe the thousands of pinnacles that cover the canyon floor. Created by water, ice and wind erosion over hundreds of years, the pinnacles vary in size from a metre high to towering pillars of stone rising tens of metres from the valley floor. Bryce Canyon truly is another world. Each place we have visited so far ...