Harold's Place Inn
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... in the oncoming lane. We had no worries with our scooter.
Bryce National Park's signature sights are the Hoodoos that abound here. Hoodoos are odd-shaped pillars of rock left standing from the forces of erosion. The rock formations are intriguing colors of yellow and orange hues.
... years, surrounded by empty crevices crated by ice freezing and melting over the same time period. Eventually, these bridges too, will erode and collapse, leaving hoodoos behind. The view as we climbed became even more dramatic, particularly with the grey and black clouds providing a dramatic backdrop and contrast to the bight reds of the rocks. We truly had saved the best views for last. From the top of the winding trail, you could look down at the miles of switchbacks and valley ...
... homes here. A lot of Mormans or Church of the Latter Day Saint live here, Utah apparently has the highest Literacy level in the USA.
On our way now to Zion National Park on the Colorada Plateau - pay to enter - 2,000 ft of sandstone on either side. Stopped at the Zion Visitors Centre - walked to see the Emerald Pool - uphill and then down in the heat...not much water at this stage and no waterfall. Caught the shuttle to another river ...
... of its magnesium content. Soon after the ranger talk, we had lunch at the nearby picnic area. Lunch was a subway sandwich and buttermilk. Soon after we went on a trail called the Navajo loop, theirs was a 1.3mi loop with a elevation drop of 400ft. It was a steep trail. The kids did awesome and we got to walk thro the giant hodoos. Along the trail we saw two natural bridges and thors hammer.
... as a child, but I had no recollection of it being so breathtaking. The popular descriptive word of this trip was "weird". The hoodoos are very weird structures. Looking out from Bryce Point, my eyes became fuzzy and the lines blurred together. It's hard to absorb this much detail. It was stunningly beautiful. A married couple in their mid 50's asked where we were from and where we were going. The lady was from Colorado and her husband ...