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... followed the bed of a stream, now very muddy and cloying after the heavy rains. Climbing up to a small plateau with a backdrop of the red and white sandstone cliffs we spied the ‘toadstools’; harder rocks capping eroded spires of sandstone. Wayne described how the ‘toadstools’ slowly form when boulders of Dakota Formation fall downslope onto softer Entrada sandstone sheltering the rock directly below from erosion.
... better as we approached, with the final escarpment simply too wonderful to adequately describe. Its spires, rocky temples and pillars arranged within a huge amphitheatre of red rock, the multi-coloured pinnacles (or Hoodoos) seeming to reach to the skies. On the way back to Kanab Airport we had a much better view of the White Cliffs than on our arrival.
By the time we landed, quite a few canardians had arrived and parked up along ...
... of traveling. They even have a complimentary hot and cold breakfast!!! Life is good! We went to a little Mexican restaurant for dinner. I guess we had our last good Mexican dinner in NM. This one has no spicy flavor at all. Tomorrow we head toward ...
... the dark was a bit much.
Besides several herd of deer we got to see one of our favorite critters, a Kaibab squirrel. This is a totally unique squirrel that is black with a white tail. We had seen several in 2010. The first one I saw as we drove into the campground was running across the road and then up a tree. I thought it was a skunk at first but knew skunks did not climb trees. Later we found out about this unique little beast.
We were really glad we had leftovers when we got ...
... the street to the Sunset Point turnout. We headed down the trail going further into the canyon than I had the previous day. The higher elevation and recent rain had cooled the area off and made for a pleasant hike. Before you know, it was starting to sprinkle again. We were a short distance from the campground and our RV so we did not get too wet. We settled in for the last night in Bryce Canyon. The next day we would be driving towards Moab, UT and Arches National ...