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Leisurely start to the morning today with the bus not leaving until about 9am. Our first stop this morning was Hanksville where we picked up the picnic lunches ordered the day before and Insight shouted us all a Cinammon Roll for morning tea which is a speciality of the place that supplied lunch. On our way to lunch we stopped and took some pictures of the Navajo Dome and visited some petroglyphs. We stopped at the Visitors Centre to watch a movie of the Mormans ...
... we decided to rig a tarpaulin from the ties of the canvas stretched at chest height across the teepee. This would at least keep our heads dry if we all slept with them in the middle. One traveller did not want to sleep with us, and booked himself into the Best Western for the princely sum of $250 for the night. We threw our essentials under the tarpaulin and headed out to the van for dinner.
Jen, thankfully, knew a little place down the road where we could eat dinner ...
... Red Canyon was beautiful but since you pass through it to get to Bryce Canyon it doesn't get much attention. When we got to Bryce we decided to take the shuttle through the park because parking is limited. This was the most crowded park we have visited. The fact it was the most beautiful day we have had weather-wise probably contributed to that. It was 75 degrees and the most beautiful blue skies, not a ...
... from what looks like badlands, to forested area filled with Ponderosa Pine, Quaking Aspen, cows grazing freely, horses, and a river runs through it. It sounds redundant to say that the views are spectacular, but trust us, they are. We had no idea that Utah had such areas. It also makes you realize how much land there is in this great country of ours. It’s a big place all right.
Continuing our drive, we finally (7:30!) made it into Bryce, grabbed ...
We had the place to ourselves for about 1st hour as most folk come into this trail from the lower end and do the loop and don't climb up out here at Bryce Point. Most of the stunning views over the amphitheater are from the top end (Bryce Point).
Watch out for horse 'convoys' on this trail - we came around one corner and the park ranger on his horse almost lost it. The horse was spooked by our sudden appearance on the corner. In my opinion horses should ...