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... second group. The conversation with the cowboy leading the second group went something like this:
Him: "So, where you from?"
Him: "Wow, that's a long way. How many are there in your party?"
Me: "My party? Oh, I see. It's just me, I'm travelling alone."
Him: "You left your boyfriend at home, then?"
Me: "No, I don't have one of those."
Him: "You don't? So can I take you out to dinner tonight?"
... Petrified Forest where we stopped at the town Escalante for Subway. Just as we were getting back in the car a man was filling up his combine harvester at the petrol pump holding his baby boy on his hip, a very different site for us to see but not uncommon for the locals. We continued on through Henriville and Cannonville where we arrived at our campground for the night. When checking in because it was ...
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Today we headed to Bryce Canyon National Park. It was a very scenic drive that took us through the Red Canyon. It was pretty but we didn’t feel the urge to stop for pictures or a hike. I did take some pictures on the way through that you can enjoy.
Turning onto the route that takes you to the Park entrance, you travel through ...
... out of money, and the railroad offered to pay for the lodge, to create tourist destinations for their railroad. You can picture railroad sorts here, wandering from tea at the lodge to a view of the rim, probably trying quite hard not to be scandalized by Mormons (more on them tomorrow). We hiked down into the canyon this morning, on a perfect switchback trail reinforced with red brick and punctuated by red stone arches, courtesy (I assume) of a ...
... arrive; then windmill fields; the Great Basin as vast and empty as a dream and ringed by the actual, literal purple mountains majesty. The sunset on the ridges leading into Bryce and then the Red Canyon pops out of the darkness and resets every expectation of what a landscape can look like. My mind was entirely blown. This morning it's onto Bryce itself. ...