Now this is what I call remote. I’m feeling like I’m so far away from everything, yet right where I want to be. It’s exhilarating and exhausting at the same time. I’m not sure if I’m making sense, but I don’t always understand myself these days. So, nature soothes me.
I’ve been fortunate to have seen many magnificent places. But I’ve never experienced this kind of beauty. Bryce and the surrounding area is mystical, ancient, and inspiring.
We are boondocking (again) in a really private area that is not too far from either Red Canyon or Bryce National Park. After we got settled the first day, we took off for one of my bucket list hikes; Queens Garden and Navajo Loop. Gotta get these legs pumpin’ for this one.
Each step, views abound. Sun shining, cool wind blowing, loving it all.
Terry is amazing. These are not easy hikes. Sometimes I wonder if I’ve asked too much from him. But then I see him, next to me, feeling the energy of the land. He’s stronger because of how he pushes himself. ❤️
So, after a good meal and a good night’s sleep, we set out for another adventure. Shocking, right? This time, the bike ride was a doozy. Ugh! Buns on fire!
Ok, so we didn’t realize it would be 4 miles downhill and then BACK UPHILL. So that accomplished, we rested then took the Toad to the trailhead of Birdseye and Pink Ledges in Red Canyon.
Today was a relaxing day, with one last hike in Sheep Canyon.
I know it’s photo overload, but I cannot help myself. There is so much beauty to share,
A storm is coming through the area tonight. Tomorrow is supposed to be windy and quite cold. So we are outta here, planning on traveling toward Moab on Scenic Route 12. Until next time, I leave you with this: