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... one of my favorite lodging places during this trip. The log cabins are very quaint and even have gas fireplaces. They are located near the rim, so it was a very easy walk through the woods. Once, we unloaded our luggage, we headed straight to the rim. What we saw was simply stunning. Even though we had already seen Cedar Breaks, which is sort of a mini-Bryce, the views of the hoodoos took my breath away.
We could see a storm moving into the valley as we stood ...
... also noticed that most of the people going up and down the trail were foreigners. We heard French, Italian, German and either Chinese or Japanese. We felt that we were in the minority. However, it is great that these people are coming to our country to spend their money and add to our economy. They all seemed very appreciative of our beautiful country.
The trip up from the bottom was brutal. I will be 65 years old on Friday and I am pretty proud ...
... Centre, had a look around in the shop & small museum & then the 22 min video on the canyon. From here we drove to the other viewpoints not included this morning. Our first stop was Paria Point which was a large amphitheatre of hoodoos and extensive view over the surrounding plateau areas. Much of the canyon is limestone & sandstone indicating the area was originally a sea. The Navajo sandstone was formed from ancient sand dunes. This was made ...
Attention Campers! Bryce and Zion National Parks are the place to be if you love the outdoors. Absolutely breathtaking! Something you should know... if a mountain lion approaches you, don't run, don't move, stand up tall and stare 'em down.... give your most aggressive look. I don't believe anyone has survived yet, but it sounded good on the park plaque.
Just flew by Vegas... My new home sweet home tomorrow (big smile)!
... Mac helped her most of the afternoon, listening to her read from her English textbook. Yulan was here majoring in English and American culture and Mac was helping her with her English. Yulan was from a town in China called Chengdu. She commented that America had so many fewer people and it was less polluted.
It got to be about 8:00 p.m. and we decided to get a table for dinner. We gave Mac a 10-minute warning and introduced ...
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