It’s now day six of the adventures through Utah, sans national parks. The last two days have gotten me so behind in sorting my images, I don’t know where to start sharing them. So many cool places and fun times and it culminated today with what truly was an epic day.
Not a bad way to start the day, in a helicopter above Bryce Canyon. Since the park is closed, with nothing to see, we ended up finding a way to see it. My friend Steve hatched the idea yesterday morning and we were fortunate enough to be able to find this fantastic ride. With Spike along, another friend on the trip, we had a full load and lots of cameras.
With the park roads following the rim of the canyon, hiking in is the only way to see much of Bryce. Unless of course you can get above it. Simply an amazing experience!
With the right lens and a little altitude you can see the formations in either great detail of as a magnificent vista.
But that wasn’t the end of today. After Lunch at the Thunderbird Restaurant, it was off to Peek-A-Boo canyon. This place is what is commonly called a slot canyon in these parts and it’s easy to tell from these images. Narrow and deep with a ton of color it made for the perfect ending today!
You’ve just got to click on these images to see them so much bigger!
Great way to get around! From your gorgeous images, it looks like everything worked out perfectly.