Our day trips get better and I am running out of words to describe what Bev and I are seeing. The views are spectacular, wonderful, fantastic, beautiful, awesome ... my words do not do justice to the scenery. So I shall let the photos show you Red Rock and Bryce Canyon, Utah. Both are not geologically canyons, instead the erosion from rain and snow melt have created hoodoos (you will see them) making an unusual landscape. First there is the block of rock, then a window forms, and the next step is the hoodoo ..... this takes a little bit of time geologically speaking.
After seeing all these mind blowing sights we went to the Bryce Canyon Lodge for lunch before driving to Arizona. Bryce Canyon suffered forest fires in 2009 and the Park Rangers are allowing the natural habitat to return, Ponderosa Pines being the main tree in the area that they want to regenerate. The wildlife have returned to the park in abundance, it is funny how this happens.
The drive to Kayenta was about five hours. We started off in Utah Time, then went into Arizona Time, and are now on Navajoland Time (which is the same as Utah). It is so confusing we are working by our body clocks.