Bryce Way Motel
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... hike. So descended at Sunset Point and went through Wall Street. I would not want to come up this way! It was steep. We ran across many hikers that were sucking wind trying to get up the steep switchbacks. We loved the hike down though. It was cool and shady. When we reached the bottom of the trail, I was surprised to see so many hikers that were ill prepared for this hike. We saw one family all wearing slip on canvas sneakers and carrying little water. Others were ...
... great out of doors and weather. You can see by the pictures, the sky is blue, and it has been for most of our trip. The forecast for the next week is just plain sun and warm temperatures. We took a different route back and were treated to some more great red rock views. Some of the best at Cedar Breaks National Monument.
Tomorrow we are headed for Zion National Park before we head to Arches National Park on Thursday.
... a Navajo man demonstrating some traditional dances. Luck was on our side, I got on the photography tour easily and Daisy got the very last seat on the standard tour so off we went.
Even though I had an extra hour, the time went very quickly and our guide Rob, told us that he calls this, speed photogarphy, no time to muck around with setting up your camera, take the photos as quickly as possible. It was very hectic with heaps of ...
... to become big. Almost 55-40 million years ago this area was full of water.for millions of years rivers deposited sediments mostly limestone. Twenty million years ago as the Colorado plateau started to rise the lakes dried up and their mixtures of sediments became the muddy lime stone called claron formation. The vermillion, yellow, green and purple color of these hodoos is because of the iron in them. The grey stone ...
... in the park.
On the way out, Josie saw a friend from school, Yuna Parks, and her family. They were visiting Bryce for today only, then on to Yellowstone tomorrow. Mac also knew Yuna’s older sister, Eugene. They had just arrived from Zion. And we thought we were ambitious.
The skies looked threatening from the get-go, but it was sunny over the Bryce Canyon amphitheatre, so we decided to go for it. Starting at the rim, just ...