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... miles away from Bryce and eventually got on Highway 12 - one of Utah's Scenic Byways. We eventually entered Red Canyon, and we got our first glimpse at the red sandstone we'd seen in all the guidebooks. Eroded in pinnacles, spires, columns, and hoodoos, this makes for unique landscape like no other in the world. We stopped at the Visitor Center for Red Canyon to get an annual pass and a couple of passports. Hadn't heard of either of these things? Neither had ...
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After we checked into the lodge in the park we drove a little ways out on Hwy 12 just to see the approach to the park from that direction and stopped to do the quick little Mossy Cave hike that runs along a creek, past a small waterfall, and up to a small cave. The best park of the hike was the views in the background. I don't think there ever be a more scenic ...
We started our day by doing a little bit of repacking. Sometimes house keeping even when you are living out of a mini van is necessary.
Our first stop was Antelope Island State Park. Antelope Island is an island sitting in the Great Salt Lake accessible by a 7 mile causeway. I had read that this was the best place to swim. It made sure to let us know that we needed to be aware of the brine flies and brine shrimp, the only 2 things that ...
... the natural falling of loose rocks.) Of which Michael quickly quips that boys throwing rocks is part of nature. I guess nature comes in all forms.
The hike was all things – energizing, exhausting, fun, and amazing. We drank bottles of water each and it feels good. We next hike to Bryce Canyon Lodge and share a pizza. Not in the plans but we did miss lunch. We then take a long detour to the Camp General Store and then ...
Up at 5.30 to see Sunrise. Interesting to see the sunlight
wash over the Canyon. Back for breakfast then off to do a hike into the Canyon.
Question:- How many pictures is it possible to take of bits
of red rock. Answer:- Hundreds.
We did the Hike from Sunset Point to Sunrise Point,
descending down the Navajo Trail to the bottom of the Canyon and then switching