Friday, May 13, 2011
Bryce Canyon Hiking
The popular Navajo Trail leads to a narrow slot canyon we wanted to see.
We had heard about these tall trees that stretch all the way to the top of the canyon for sunlight.
In another part of the park we found this waterfall at the Mossy Cave.
Some people hike to places they ought not. The trail out to this arch was clearly marked off limits.
The clouds hung low in the canyon the day we had snow.
Mule deer are easy to identify with their large ears. We also saw many Pronghorns, but still no Elk. There were some Elk prints and scat right next to our campsite.
Martha and Terry
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