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Bryce Canyon National Park

July 21

Beautiful place!!! Bryce Canyon National Park is one of the smallest national parks and very, very small in comparison to Zion and, especially to the Grand Canyon. One of the things that makes this park spectacular are the colors and the hoodoos. It is very easy to see all the view points in one day. We were really blessed to easily find a parking space each time we wanted to stop. We would park in one place like Sunset Point and walk half a mile to Sunrise Point. Then we parked at Bryce Point and walked to Inspiration Point. The shuttle only covers those places. We rode the 18 miles to Rainbow Point and stopped at the pullovers on the way to get photos. The natural bridge was very close to one of the pullouts. We really enjoyed touring this park and look forward to going to Zion tomorrow. Phil and Hayden are at the pool while I am doing this. God bless PopPop!!!

Posted by KayHorton 14:08

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