Bryce Canyon National Park and Mossy Cave, Utah

After a wonderful day hiking in Zion National Park, we set out the next morning to explore once again.

Bryce Canyon National Park

Having been described as a forest made of stone, Bryce is a landscape that has to be seen to be appreciated.  The large rock pillars are called hoodoos.  Ranging in size from 5-150 feet tall, the largest concentration of them in the world is found in Bryce NP.

Bryce National Park

Bryce Point

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Our last stop was at Mossy Cave, a short drive from the main entrance to Bryce.

Rock formations above Mossy Cave

Rock formations above Mossy Cave

So, there you have it. A sneak peek at two more National Parks.

Gratitude Moment: So many people across the country are still suffering from snow and excessive cold weather. Today I am grateful to be warm and cozy inside our tiny cabin with a crackling fire in the fireplace.

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About Tim and Joanne Joseph

Hi and welcome! We are Tim and Joanne Joseph and we have just embarked on our "next chapter". At a stage in life where traveling the world, taking pictures, and sharing our adventures with friends and family will be our dream come true.
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