Bryce Canyon National Park

Not before 2 days of rest at Hurricane – we even went to the pictures to see Wonder Woman!

Bryce is – no surprise – another red rock canyon, but here the rocks are weathered into a myriad of shapes called Hoodoos.

Day 1 we cycled, walked, walked and then and did the full moon walk finishing at 22.30, so a late night for us!

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Day 2 we hiked the peek-a-boo trail, the best of all. You twist and turn, up anddown with another great view around every corner.

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bryce

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We cannot open our door to let the cool air in (temperatures have plummeted by 25F to a very cool 81F) due to a very persistent ground squirrel that waits on the concrete buffer and zooms into the RV at every opportunity.

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After a pizza at Bryce Lodge we went to the prairie dog meadow, a pristine meadow for an endangered savannah species. We also spotted our first pronghorn deer.

prairie

However, we have both been a bit ill and breathless at night as altitude made the air pressure 760mb.