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... After a brief visit to the Visitor Centre we made our first stop at Sunset Point where we had our first sight of the amazing Bryce hoodoos - serried ranks of eroded spires of layered red and pale grey formed by water seeping into rock cracks then freezing and melting, first forming shallow indentations in narrow rock fins which slowly deepen into caves ( the grottoes), then becoming windows and when the tops collapse, tall spires. Some of ...
... presumably once stood overlooking the entrance to the Canyon, and the town of Springdale. A final trip on the shuttle took us back to the lodge where we arrived by 5pm with an hour for a quick shower before heading back to Springdale in the tour bus for dinner. Nick had a burger, the third of the trip, but not as good as Gracie's in Salt Lake City, Jo had a Salad but couldn't eat most of it. We both drank quite a lot of beer, we ...
... near any National attraction, you tune into radio AM 1610 and there is a recorded message telling you all about it. This is how we learned of the land slide and about the shuttle bus. Clever eh?
The free shuttle took us to the entrance of the national park, then there was another free shuttle which takes you all through the park, which we duly jumped on!
The ride was beautiful. Again the park was different in some obvious ways to the other ...
These are some of the pictures of the Zion National Park. We parked in the last town before the park and took the shuttle bus into the park, then you got on the parks shuttle and rode through the park. You could get off the bus and walk on trails and ...
... where we found the Kolob Reservoir at 8,118 feet. We stopped and had lunch of sandwiches that we brought with us from the camper while watching the fisherman and the beautiful lake.
About a quarter of the way up the mountain we found a small cluster of houses in a little community right off the road down in a little canyon. This almost looked like a suburban community with nice houses and macadam roads. This settlement also was the last electric poles we saw ...