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... a Navajo man demonstrating some traditional dances. Luck was on our side, I got on the photography tour easily and Daisy got the very last seat on the standard tour so off we went.
Even though I had an extra hour, the time went very quickly and our guide Rob, told us that he calls this, speed photogarphy, no time to muck around with setting up your camera, take the photos as quickly as possible. It was very hectic with heaps of ...
... it was formed by ice & water thawing & freezing – which occurs 200 days a year, as well as wind. Unlike Zion NP this ridge is quite well forested with Bristlecone pines, Douglas Fir, White Fir, Blue Spruce and Quaking Aspen. Many of them looked dead. This is a result of a combination of things like lightning strikes, severe winter temps, fires & pine beetle.
We drove past a meadow where a mother & baby pronghorn (like antelope, but ...
... one of the more beautiful hikes we’ve enjoyed, and could see spending more time in Bryce. We marveled at the fact that it took us so long to find this place. It is magnificent.
After the hike, we stopped by the cabin so the kids could wash their feet, and then headed to lunch before the dining room closed. We enjoyed a light lunch and another few hands of Uno with the kids.
We decided to go back to the ...
... with great views all around us, which were made to feel more epic by being on horseback. After a while though we both started to get stiff legs and sore *****...how do people ride on horses all day? It’s painful!
We both really enjoyed it, but were both glad when it finished as we were sore, very dusty and we both smelt very strongly of horse. We almost booked a full day horse trek, so we were also glad we only went for the 2 ...
Tuesday June 17, 2014
We awoke to a cool crisp morning, requiring a sweatshirt, but the sun was out and we had no doubt that it would warm up. We decided that today we would drive part of “Scenic Byway 12, Utah’s All-American Road”, from its start at the intersection of US Rt. 89 we headed east on UT Rt. 12. Last year this route was judged as the second best scenic byway in the ...
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