Navajo Trail Loop, Bryce National Park

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There are so many great places to visit that we rarely go anywhere more than once. We've already been to America's red rock country twice. We have a large map of the world hanging on a wall with red pins indicating all the places we've visited. More important, it shows all the places we haven't visited.
That’s what we want to do when we retire.we have gone to southern Utah many times because we can drive there in a few hours and can go for a short time.
 
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Absolutely wonderful set of images!! We were there a couple of years ago on a similar looking day in the early spring, and I was so sad that my bum knee kept me off this, and some other, trails. My wife and her friends did stroll down and back a bit, but didn't want to leave me too long so they weren't able to explore as much as you did.

Thanks so much for sharing!!

Ken
 
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Absolutely wonderful set of images!! We were there a couple of years ago on a similar looking day in the early spring, and I was so sad that my bum knee kept me off this, and some other, trails. My wife and her friends did stroll down and back a bit, but didn't want to leave me too long so they weren't able to explore as much as you did.

Thanks so much for sharing!!

Ken
Those darn knees! Greg has had both his replaced.
 
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