Bryce Canyon and Zion National Parks

This day was made up of visiting 2 national parks, and traveling across desert in 107 degree heat to Page, AZ where we stayed the night. Below are photos that share the day.

 

Bryce Canyon National Park

Nothing beats the morning light in the canyon as you can see from our photos.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Red Canyon

 

 

Zion National Park

Can you see the pair of desert mountain sheep in the picture above?

 

 

 
 

 

 

 

 

 

Page, Arizona

We don't have any pictures of Page because there was so much wrong with our stay here. As we thought about it we realized we had much to be thankful for:

1. When a gust of very strong wind blew us into the lane of oncoming traffic we made it safely back to our lane alive.

2. Though shabby, our motel was clean and though in a rough neighborhood, no one bothered the bike.

3. When we went to the local beach and decided to leave without taking a swim, we made it out before the five police/ranger cars arrived. And when we found another place to swim it was refreshing.

4. The drunks outside the Laundramat didn't bother us and when we lost an important strap in our hurry to get away we were able to find it the next morning.

5. And finally, though the service was terrible at breakfast, we still had a meal inside us as we hit the road on day nine.

We do give thanks to God for all His blessings!

 

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4 thoughts on “Bryce Canyon and Zion National Parks

  1. Ray Befus

    Wow, traveling with a positive attitude makes all the difference!

  2. Carol Taylor

    Those pictures are stunning…and so is your positive attitude!! I think I’ll keep praying for you guys.

  3. This is funny at the same time. Have you seen any wildfires out there?

    • Have not seen flames, but smoke from the fires. Ft. Collins, Mancos, and Colorado Springs. Smoke seems to be everywhere in Colorado. The state is really suffering.

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