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I own no land, instead I have wheelestate. I’ve been a full time RVer since 1997. Working summers as a Park Ranger takes me to many beautiful places and playing during the winter takes me to many more. This blog is simply the story of my life's adventures.

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Tuesday, October 12, 2010

Rainbow Point Bryce Canyon National Park

When visiting Bryce Canyon we spent our first day hitting all the overlooks, like regular tourons, starting at Rainbow Point.
02 Distant views & hoodoos from Rainbow Point Bryce Canyon NP UT pano (1024x473)

12 comments:

blog with no name said...

Sure was cool standing next to them grandpa trees!
Sure was fun although we missed the meals in the EDR... :) Worth it, every last stomach growl...

SAPhotographs (Joan) said...

Stunning colors in those rocks Gaelyn. I have never seen anything like this anywhere else.

Bibi said...

Beautiful...blows me away to hear '16 million years ago....' The Earth goes on and on and we pass through.

dowhatyoulove said...

I love your bits of history! That must be the Ranger in you talking, hehe. Thats an amazing viewpoint, you really can see so far, I don't remember that from my visit, I will just have to go back!!

Firefly said...

I am just always in awe when I see all the sights around there. No wonder so many tourists visit you part of the world.

Yogi♪♪♪ said...

I think southern Utah is so spectacular. Great pics.

Several of my acquaintances have assured me that the earth (and the entire universe for that matter) is only about 6000 years old.

Food, Fun and Life in the Charente said...

What beautiful rocks. Diane

Global Butterfly said...

Great pics!

Barb said...

You managed to capture the wonderful color of the canyon, Gaelyn. The rock formations are awesome.

Mark Alan Meader said...

Did you get out to the Bristlecone Loop? We did.. that was great, had to watch out for lightning and rain though. I'll post something from this spot too, soon:)

Janie said...

Geology is fascinating, especially in southern Utah, where the effects of geologic forces are so clearly seen. Beautiful photos. Bryce is an amazing place.

RH (aka Lucy) said...

You're doing something that I've always wanted to do. Complete travel and staying at all the camp grounds for the summer in the US. And take many years to do it. How fun!

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