It is now late May and near the end of the season here for us in southern Utah as the temperature is getting a bit too hot. We picked up a rental car though and did some day trips in around the Zion and Bryce National Park area…. We have been to Bryce Canyon before, but it was hard to resist the mellow pleasant hiking in this popular park with cooler temperatures high up above the lower canyons
Parowan gap north of Cedar City. Southern Utah. An impressive array of pretty abstract looking petroglyphs etched into the rock.
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WOW! You hit some great places in Zion! We call one of them the Birthing Cave and the other the Cave of Bones. Spry Cyn is one of my favorites too (among everything else), yes, it’s hard to have “A FAVORITE”.
We (both Jacob and Leah and respective families) blitzed down from Seattle to be with Susan last week. It’s quite nice having my granddaughter staying here at my place. We had her 1st birthday party here yesterday!
Thank You for the kind words and that fantastic bottle of Glenmorangie; the whiskey is a big hit with everyone.
Please include Kanab in your next Stateside adventure. Lots to show you.
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Hi Charlie. Yes we loved those caves in a quieter part of Zion. Looking forward to coming back and visiting already!!
Brian and Martina