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... we were in the room. The room was a bit of a letdown after the cabin. It was very dark and dreary. There was a nice patio outside the room, but it was a bit too chilly in the shade. Oh well, we weren't here for the room anyway.
Time to go in search of dinner! We opted for Valhalla Pizza just outside the main lodge. It really wasn't bad and was certainly convenient. By this time, we were feeling tired. We ran into a couple that had been on our horseback ride and ...
... of Utah. The community was named by an act of the Utah Territorial Legislature signed by Brigham Young in 1851, honoring President Millard Fillmore. For a time, Fillmore was the territorial capital of Utah. The original Statehouse building stands today as the oldest existing governmental building in the state and is maintained by the State of Utah as a historic site and museum.
Heading to Bryce Canyon National Park now.... cool pics ...
... tired and didn’t like having dusty feet, as they were hiking in Crocs. Who can blame them for wanting clean feet? If you're aghast that the children would be hiking in Crocs, relax. They hiked all through the Alps in Crocs, they're like mountain goats. Their low center of gravity really helps them out. And BTW, they chose their footwear.
You could try to describe the landscape here, but we’ll just let the pictures show you. ...
... about half an hours drive out the park. The reason we had to do this is because we were going to an astronomy talk and stargazing which would have finished after out motels check in had, so if we didn't check in before we’d be sleeping in the car. So we drove out the park and checked in and had some dinner. We also found some time to play on the putting green right outside our room door.
We then drove back to the park (taking in a beautiful sunset on route) ...
... long as I wanted. We worked the lower of the three canyons for a few hours before moving upstream to the last section. This section was by far deeper and darker than anything I had seen in Antelope. In some places my exposures were 30 seconds long and autofocus was completely out of the question! What made this section special is that for about an hour around noon, a beam of light appears almost out of nowhere into the middle of the canyon. ...