Wordless Wednesday – Bryce Canyon (UT) #WW

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See tomorrow’s post to learn more about where these shots were taken:

Bryce Canyon US National Park in Utah UT Hoodoo

Bryce Canyon US National Park in Utah UT Hoodoo

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TerriAnn van Gosliga is the main writer at Cookies & Clogs and Driving Mamas. Born & raised in the SF Bay Area but loves to travel. She's been married to her best friend for 15 years, homeschools her 14-year-old daughter, and has an accident-prone lab mix dog.

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  1. Just beautiful. My grandfather hated going here. He thought there were just too many people that go there. Instead, we would stay at Cedar Breaks just outside of Cedar City, Utah. It is like a mini Bryce Canyon with more bristlecone pines. Then we would stop at Navajo Lake. I have been wanting to see that again. Perhaps when the weather gets cooler. Thanks for your beautiful pictures.

    • Surprisingly it was very quiet when we went. I guess it was before the Memorial Day and after spring break in mid- to late April. I also heard that King’s Canyon is a great place to see and much closer. Navajo Lake? Never heard of it but sounds like it’s worth a Google :) Glad you liked the pics!

  2. In Kanab we always stay at the Comfort inn. It’s off the main strip where all the restaurants were when you come into town. Its clean and super comfortable. They always give me a great deal of $79 each time too!

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