Bybee's Steppingstone Motel
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... that around every obstacle there was another that they had to figure out how to get around. They said that there were many places that Austin could squeeze through a crack but Josh had to traverse. There were many places where Josh would have to climb up and then hold his hand out to pull Austin up. They told me that I did the right thing by not trying to go in because I would not have been able to ...
... a bit about the night sky. :). By the way watch Venus and Jupiter around June 30. They will only be 1/3 degree apart and will emulate the brightness of the Star Of Bethlehem. It has been exciting to watch them get closer together over the past four weeks. If you haven't figured it out, I am loving my time out here and am trying to take advantage of the opportunity. I am thankful for each day. Till next time. Love'n life! ...
... nights and warm afternoons happen on average about 180 days per year. Add in some rain and wind and Ta Da! Hoodoos!
Casey has researched our options for hiking today and has decided to chart a unique path that involves not one “standard” trail, but combinations of many trails including “The Navajo Loop”, “Queens Garden”, “Wall Street”, A Bryce Amphitheater Connector trail, the western portion of ...
... limestone. Thirty to 40 million years ago this rock was "born" in an ancient lake that covered much of Western Utah. Minerals deposited within different rock types cause hoodoos to have different colors
throughout their height.
Hoodoos are formed by two weathering processes that continuously work together in eroding the edges of the Paunsaugunt Plateau. The primary weathering force at Bryce Canyon is ...
... have entered the land of the hoodoos.
This morning we returned to Zion National Park for a sunrise shoot. We watched the sun gradually make its way down the Tower of the Virgin and the Altar of Sacrifice. It made for a lovely quiet time, I mean, who wants to disturb the beauty of the sun rising?