BRYCE CANYON NATIONAL PARK
Utah ~ March 24-26, 2007





"Hey, did you hear about this one tourist .... ?"

Bryce Canyon is known for its hoodoos, rock formations splitting off from the plateau rim by the continual process of freezing and thawing. A number of trails lead to the bottom of the cliff, with the trails in the northern part of the park tending to be more popular. 

 Offsite Link
: http://www.nps.gov/brca/

 



This page: Views from Sunrise Point

 

 







View from Inspiration Point

 



In all my travels out west, I've never actually seen wild animals other than chipmunks, squirrels and deer.
I see them in New York all the time, but they're still cute.









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