Bryce Canyon being closed, our leaders had a plan B for today and it was terrific. The first half of the day we biked from Ruby's Inn to Kodachrome State Park along a fairly light traffic highway. Weather was again gorgeous and we had more scenic views of the geological beauty.
|Museum must be the building as there is nothing inside|
|Well tended farmland at the foot of the mountains|
|This is for Ed Baker|
|The road we traveled|
|Mama don't take my kodachrome away|
|Entering the Basin|
|These wall surrounded us at our lunch spot|
After lunvch at Kodachrome we loaded bikes into the trailer and drove to a bumpy, five mile dirt road that would take us to the Slot Canyons. I had seen slot canyons only in photos and documentaries, so hiking through them was an exciting experience for me.
|We head down to the slots|
|We had all brought our hiking boots, but remained in our cycling clothes!|
At the end of our hike I told Bill (who pulled this plan B out of his hat) that he had made sweet lemonade out of lemons. Janet said yes, we should write a thank you note to the government!!
By the end of this day we were all bushed and dinner would be our only activity before each of us would hit the bed for longed for rest and sleep! A day of wonder.