Vacation Day 6 – Zion

Bryce was *freezing* and windy, so we were glad to move on to Zion, which was nice and warm. The drive into the east side of Zion is just amazing. You’re surrounded by towering stone “sand dunes”. Once upon a time there were sand dunes thousands of feet high and over time they cemented and compressed. They still kind of … Continue Reading →


Vacation Day 6 – Bryce in the morning

We’d heard the light was amazing in the morning at Bryce, so we got up super early. We suspect the tour book was aiming at summer visitors – since the light is more an angle all the time during the fall, we had nice light all the time, pretty much. In summer, you might only get that in the early … Continue Reading →


Vacation Day 5 – Bryce Canyon

After saying goodbye to the North Rim, we headed up to Bryce Canyon in Utah. To get to this canyon, you drive through a little park with red rocks, which are neat until you see how many are at Bryce! Bryce is viewed from the rim of the canyon, so you look down at it, as opposed to Zion, where … Continue Reading →