Monthly Archives: June 2017

Front Porch

Thursday, June 29, 2017 We spent the day enjoying our cabin’s front porch and the early day shade it provides to read.  Then off to dinner at a steak restaurant near Bryce Canyon’s entrance and picked up a few staples … Continue reading

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Bryce Canyon National Park – Day 3

Hoodoos in Fairyland Canyon Wednesday – June 28, 2017 Bryce Canyon’s magic is found in its colorful hoodoos.  These stone columns are carved by ice and rain.  For about 200 days a year, snow and ice will melt in the … Continue reading

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Bryce Canyon National Park – Day 2

Tuesday, June 27, 2017 We waited until mid-afternoon to head over to Bryce Canyon National Park.  It allowed us to miss the opening crowd and those who had finished their trails for the day.  A Ranger made the comment that … Continue reading

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Bryce Canyon National Park

Monday, June 26, 2017 We had time left over this afternoon to start exploring our next park.  Bryce Canyon is a busy park full of views and hikes to enjoy.  The Visitors Center has a wonderful display explaining the Colorado … Continue reading

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Cedar Breaks National Monument

Monday, June 26, 2017 As we drove to our next KOA campground, we checked out Cedar Breaks National Monument.  It offered our beginning views of rock formations, bristlecone pine groves, and lush wildflower meadows. They say Cedar Breaks resembles a … Continue reading

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Quail Ridge State Park

Sunday, June 25, 2017 This lake is just around the corner from our KOA Campground and has been calling our name to stop by and rest a while.  Today after Deane did laundry we picked up a Subway sandwich and … Continue reading

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Kolob Canyon – Zion National Park

Saturday – June 24, 2017 Kolob Canyons is like a park within a park – a series of deep, narrow finger canyons at the edge of the Colorado Plateau.  The five-mile scenic drive ends at a high panoramic view as … Continue reading

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