Photo's from Bryce National Park, Utah, USA

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  1. Queenzlander

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    More great photography .(y)
     
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    More lovely photos, what a great time you're having!
     
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    Great photos thanks for sharing.
     
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    The best yet, thanks.
     
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    Have I missed Zion photos or haven't you been there yet? By the way 2 smaller parks that are worth a visit along the way are Natural Bridges (in southern Utah) and Valley of Fire state park in Nevada.
    Have a great tour!
    Bill
    P.S. OK - have found them now! By the way do not miss a trip to the North Rim of the Grand Canyon - stunning an less commercialised than the South rim and, in my opinion don't rush to the West Rim unless you really, really want to walk on the glass floor - came away disappointed and felt totally ripped off (besides it taking the best part of 3 days to get there and back!)
     
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    :bear: Great photos.
     
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    Loved it there, went many years ago when I had my first digital camera.
     
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    And Bryce! Lovely! :) Your photos are bringing it all back ..... hope you're enjoying it all as much as we did - you look as though you are (y)
     
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    Bruce is my favourite of the Canyons, we toured there in a rented RV about 15 years ago.
    We went in February and it was quite hot in the sun but the surrounding mountains all had snow n the tops.

    I agree about the North Rim vs South Rim.

    We took a plane ride over the Grand Canyon and were quite disappointed. I think the helicopter rides though more expensive have much better views.
     
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    Visited Mesa Verde and now on our way to the north rim of the Grand Canyon thanks for all your comments, will post more photos as soon as we get to a Mc Donald's.
     
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    Oh I really loved Mesa Verde.
    At Grand Canyon the bit we enjoyed most was being at the Eastern end at sunset - the changing colours of the rocks is spectacular.
     
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    While at Mesa Verde, you could detour to nearby Durango and take a trip on the Durango to Silverton steam train, a jaw dropping ride along some scary tracks teetering on some edges close to 1000 foot drops into the river below, Gulp.........!
     
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    Camping after Bryce NP, our neighbours got a visit from a LARGE Bear.......
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    On Guard with a large fire......
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