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Travel Blogs from Brian Head
Bryce Canyon National Park is named for pioneer Ebenezer Bryce, was officially designated as National Park on February 25, 1928. Actually is not a canyon but a collection of giant natural amphitheaters along the eastern side of the Puansaugunt Plateau. Bryce is distinctive due to geological ...
... blaring out sound from classic rock radio station.
arrived in SLC around 4pm and found a hotel. It's very nice and a hundred and ten years old. See web link below.
in here until Monday morning.
away for a wander round town so will update tomorrow!
we had a look around downtown and what a neat city these Mormons have got. God bless Donny and Marie!
we were taking photos when this guy ...
... for a short pitstop before dinner. We made hamburgers that were very delicious. After dinner Chris and I walked the babies along the creek. Everything is still and so quiet. It is entirely refreshing to not think about anything but the sound of water, the smell of sweet grass and the solace of the wilderness. Cell phones are so intrusive. Alerts for everything! Constant dings, pings, and rings. It's so nice to just be. It's wonderful! When we got back to the cabin, Chris decided ...
... I have seen. Depressing, it is so poor.
It will take a few days to acclimate -- to snow. Unpacking, laundry, mail, visiting with the kids and grandkids. As the days go by, I will reread our blog and do some editing. Many of the pictures need more detailed descriptions. Then -- post it to Trip Advisor and have the blog made into a book! Easy way to make a photo album.
Have one last day at the cabin before we head back home to Mississippi. Decide to tackle one more national park ... one that is real close by ... Cedar Breaks National Monument. It is a huge amphitheater which has been eroded out of the Pink Cliffs formation. It has spires, pinnacles, and columns and looks much like Bryce Canyon.
Unfortunately the weather wasn't very accommodating ... very drizzly ...