Wednesday, October 6, 2010

Bryce Canyon NP - part 2

On our 2nd day at Bryce, we took a bus tour of the southern section - a nice way to see the overlooks without having to drive the whole way down. Plus we met some fun people. Our bus driver (who was an entertaining storyteller) took photos of people at this overlook:

A short hike at Rainbow Point:

The southernmost hoodoos:

John still really wants one of these:

We had the thought many times - what if the Desert Winds race course were here? And we were always thankful that it wasn't!

The second Queen Victoria (QVII?):

Not sure who this guy is:

The Natural Bridge:

Interesting shapes within a burn area:

In the afternoon we ran the Fairyland Trail - another awesome place for trail running:

My favorite tree in Bryce:

John under the rocks:

Looking back at the wonderful Fairyland Trail:

Hoodoos everywhere:

In the background you can see the "Sinking Ship":

Near Fairyland Point:

A fun little window, shaped like a small car:

Bryce is awesome and we highly recommend it!

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