|Looking down into the canyon; Believe it or not, there is a trail all of the way down there!!!|
Bryce Canyon is hard to describe. I had always heard of their HOODOOS--but of course, had never seen them... Hoodoos are pillars of rock, usually of fantastic shapes, standing in rows and rows and rows. These hoodoos were caused from erosion some 10 million years ago. The hoodoos looked to me like millions of people all standing in rows.. You truly have to see it in person.
On that Tuesday, one place we visited was Sunset Point. We hiked down into the canyon on the Navajo Trail.. I didn't go down very far due to achy knees --but George hiked all the way down to the bottom and then back up. Today's photos are taken from the Sunset Point area --and into that canyon where we hiked. Be sure to click on them to enlarge!
|From Sunset Point, you can see some of the Hoodoos!|
|This was our view from Sunset Point. Is this not awesome? WOW!|
|Another view from Sunset Point showing the hoodoos and some of the valley beyond;|
|I took some pictures of George as he headed down into that canyon. See him????|
|Now--he is WAY down there... See him now????|
|Here's one more gorgeous picture from Sunset Point! What BEAUTY!|
If you ever get out west, do not miss seeing BRYCE CANYON... We saw many many places in this trip and all were nice. However, Bryce just called our names!!!! It's an awesome place!!!
We had a wonderful evening last night --since we got to see my grandson play the drums in their high school band at the football game. I'm so proud of him... Today --we are headed to Tullahoma to check on George's Daddy...
Have a wonderful weekend and I'll see you on Monday.