Bryce Canyon is a treat, in our trip to the three national parks, Zion, Grand Canyon and Bryce.
When I got to the rim of the Bryce, I were jumping with excitement just like a kid who was given his most favorite cookie after school.
Hiking along the trail with rocks with unique shapes at the bottom of the canyon made me feel being a kid again and playing hide-and-see at this perfect play ground.
We were bubbly happy and could not wait for each turn at the corner of the rock to see a hidden treasure.
Hiking down to the bottom of the canyon.
Actually, we almost missed Bryce, if not because of an Asian guy we met at the Point Royal of the Grand Canyon.
So, before starting on this trip, I have checked the pictures of the Bryce Canon and was not impressed by the pictures that much at all. After hiking the lovely trails at Zion and watching the magnificent subset at the Point Royal at the Grand Canyon, we could not imagine there was anything else on this trip that could even come close to what we had seen. So, while watching the rocks turning rosy red with the sunset at the Point Royal, we were contemplating the change of the plan of the trip. So, instead of visiting Bryce Canyon, we maybe should spend the rest of our vacation on exploring more of the lovely Zion.
Then here come an Asian man. I believed that he is from Singapore, guess from his accent. To our surprise, he is also from Sunnyvale, where I live. How small this world is! Just like us, he was taking his tour of the 3 national parks, and he was more impressed with Bryce than with the Grand Canyon. Judging by the camera he was using and the his knowledge of photo shooting techniques, we trusted him and stuck with our original plan. And, thank God, we did.
The sunrise, although unfortunately we missed, at Bryce is supposed to be out-of-the-world. When the sun light hits those colorful rocks at the bottom of the canyon, the view is something else.
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