Day of beautiful sights

Trip Start Aug 01, 2009
Trip End Sep 14, 2009

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Flag of United States  , Utah
Wednesday, August 12, 2009

    This morning, we left the pop up at the camp ground while we drove to Bryce Canyon.  It was amazing! The structures were bright orange, white, and sometimes yellow. The colors were in different layers throughout the Canyon. We took a hike down one of the trails that led to an arch. It was a pretty steep trail at times. Good exercise after hours in the carJ

     After we left Bryce Canyon, we drove through Zion national park. The mountains were massive with interesting designs on them. Me and mom watched as Dad and the boys climbed around on one. I decided to follow them, it was harder then it looked! As we drove we would go through tunnels that were carved in the mountains. The boys and I would try to hold our breaths through the tunnels. One of them kept going on and on and on, so we gave up. I think one of us probably would have passed out if we had tried to hold it the whole timeJ Anyway, we were planning to go the lake in Zion, but it wasn't accessible anymore unless you took a shuttle bus. The camp ground that we stayed at for the night was out in a place called Valley Of Fire. The name describes it; in the dessert and very hot!
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nmillen on

Holding Breath
Hey, we did that every time we went through tunnels too!

millen_family on

Fun Fun!
Hey Millers! We like all your posts. When we went through tunnels we also tried to hold our breath; I think peepfuzz was the only person who was able to actually do it. Well, keep posting!

Ruth Anne

Ps. Amber, Last night was our Shakespeare Play. I wish your whole family was able to see it. It was so fun. But, oh well. See ya in a couple weeks!!

millen_family on

Oh, I didn't see Nathaniel had already posted about holding breath. Also, why can't i figure out how to upload a cool picture like Nathaniel did? Whatever, see you in a couple weeks!

Ruth Anne

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