We awoke in our comfy hotel to find a beautiful sunrise outside the window. Another grueling packing fiasco ensued, as we semi-silently blamed each other for having too much stuff.
But putting such insidious thoughts aside, we drove on to the entrance of Bryce Canyon National Park. A small herd of grazing deer crossed the road just as we arrived, pausing to look at us with their big brown eyes…we were dying of cuteness.
And now we begin to run out of words to describe these places. Yes, it was spectacular, breathtaking…. s
Jonathan is always on the lookout for animals, and on the drive to Inspiration Point, he spied a pronghorn. Mistakenly known by many at the pronghorn antelope, it is in fact not a true antelope. It resembled a stocky deer with extra white patches, and the curved horns from which it gets its name. Jonathan got out of the car, took photos, and soon a traffic jam formed as other passersby noticed this and followed suit.
It was odd to see patches of snow throughout Bryce Canyon, a substance we’d long forgotten about it, and there was something oddly comforting about it.
Unfortunately, the time came that we had to leave this beautiful park but happily there were even more beautiful sights to see on our journey. Please leave your comments below!
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