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... little fruit pies made from the orchards - we got apple! They also had a horse stable there and a campground. They have horse rides through the area and that would be a great way to see more of this Park.
Wild flowers added a bit of color everywhere.
On the way out, we stopped at a site that had Petroglyphs from the early native people who lived here. ...
... layer, then Wingate Sandstone at the very top.
These whitish peaks are Navajo Sandstone. This is the layer above the Wingate Sandstone.
You can see the tilt of the fold real well here...we're looking north along the fold.
Many, many hikes and drives in order to see the vastness of this ...
... you need to park up to then walk up to the side of the canyon to view the pink spires . The first parking spot we tried was full up and the 2nd too high to see much . After much fiddling we finally managed to find a space and got some good pics but was back in he car pretty quick due to the cold.After that diversion our sat nav had a bad hair day and tried to take us back to Escalante . ...
... old barns around.
The other thing the clouds have impacted is to be able to see the stars out here, as well as the super moon and the yearly meteor shower over Bryce.
Firstly we went to the Gifford Homestead where I read you can get beautiful homemade fruit pies, hoping to get lunch as again it was after 2 pm. It wasn't as I thought. They did sell the pies, but not as a coffee shop. Anyhow we bought a peach pie and a mixed berry pie, $6 each, plus tax, & 2 ...
... Well, perhaps they were at one time, thousands of years ago. They are now what they call petrified dunes. They look like sand but are as hard as rock. There is something calming in the way they seem to flow, so smoothly over the ground. They have a beauty all their own.
We saw many mesas projecting out of plateaus, like fingers, all lined up, side-by-side in various colors, striations of pink, tan, purple, and ...