Our drive took us through the Dixie National Forest – we could see the green that must be produced over the course of the year by apparent rain clouds that we had seen at Capitol Reef the day before but which almost never, I gather, drop their load in the National Park. Thereafter we were into the Grand Staircase Escalante National Monument. I had hope somehow to be able to spend sometime in this area, and as we drove through the exciting landscape I doubly regretted the schedule I had made for ourselves.
In the end, though, Bryce took much more than half a day. On our arrival, we decided to walk the Navajo Loop and Queens Garden Loop trail. Here is the “Wall Street” area seen from the rim before we began our hike
|Overlooking "Wall Street" in Bryce National Park|