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... is a huge uplift of the countryside. Again travelled through small Mormon towns.
Lots of other National Parks around here as well. Did see a few wild Deer today.
Arrived at Bryce at around 3 pm. Coach took us straight to a stop where we walked to an outlook and were blown away. Exactly like glossy magazine photos we had seen. We looked down on something like fairy tale castle type ...
... about flies in their room. Ithink they meant mosquitoes but you had two people with English as second language trying to communicate. The guy at the hotel told them to leave if they didnt like the room!
Sun 17 Aug - headed to Bryce canyon today...very pictureque! Cooler today so did some longer walks into the canyon.
Got a slower star than we wanted today because Dad is still under the weather. Destination was Bryce Canyon and we arrived about 12:30. On the way we stopped at Pink Coral Dunes State Park. After the White Sands National Monument in NM the coral sand was lovely but our bar is very high now in rating dunes. The coral color is very unique so we are glad we stopped. As we got close to Bryce Canyon National Park we had ...
... walk from our cabin, we descended down the Navajo trail, which was steep with many switchbacks. We were glad we were not the people trying to climb up. If you’ve never been here, it’s an unusual landscape: tunneling canyons carved from erosion, bright orange in color. Our walking sticks helped us out as the loose pebbly trail was tricky and slippery. It was raining every so slightly, but we pressed on.
A friendly woman ...
... long as I wanted. We worked the lower of the three canyons for a few hours before moving upstream to the last section. This section was by far deeper and darker than anything I had seen in Antelope. In some places my exposures were 30 seconds long and autofocus was completely out of the question! What made this section special is that for about an hour around noon, a beam of light appears almost out of nowhere into the middle of the canyon. ...