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... that tower over the riverbed. Deer wander through the trees, wading across the rivers to reach the green grass that grows on the canyon floor. California Condors cruise 3 miles above the rim of the canyon. Snakes slither across the paths, searching for a sunny place to rest and warm themselves up. Contrasted with the blazing sun, forget-me-not sky, and deep red rocks, you can see why the Mormon settlers deemed it to be paradise.
We hopped off the bus at the aptly named ...
... we need enough for a few cups of tea and coffee. We have tasty beer so life will go on!
With our watch set to Utah mountain time we set off with picnic, walking shoes, fleece ...to find Bryce Canyon. When we visited Cappadocia in Turkey some years ago we met an American who felt it was a disappointment as he had been to Bryce Canyon so we felt we had to put it on our list. Everywhere we go is special in its own way and it is wrong to compare ...
... place with various souvenirs and jewelry to choose. They provided a 10% discount, so I decided to treat myself.
On our way to Lake Powell, the bus stopped at the Carl Hayden Visitor Center. It's located next to Glen Canyon Dam and bridge. It took over three years to pour the concrete for the arch dam and power plant.
Finally we arrived ...
... by towers of the red rock. Time was getting tight, Jen and Sue elected to head back to the lodge, but I decided I wanted to see the upper pools. It was a good 2 km away. At this altitude you have to work hard, but I made it there and back with time to spare, but I was sweating profusely by the time I got back. Jen bought a beautiful coloured brass Christmas ornament in the gift shop. We had a drink and boarded the bus for the spectacular climb out of the ...