Badlands National Park
Barber Motorsports Museum
Big Horn National Forest
Blue Hole Santa Rosa, NM
Bonneville Speed Week
Bryce Canyon
Buffalo Bill Dam
Cadillac Ranch
Ford Museum
Glen Canyon Dam
Grand Canyon
Hells Backbone Road
Heritage Hall Museum
Hoover Dam
Misc. Landscapes
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Moki Dugway
Mount Rushmore
Mount Meadows Massacre
Navajo Bridge
Niagara Falls
Nevada Railroad Museum
Parker Dam in Arizona
Pioche Nevada
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Valley of the Gods
Wild Fire in Arizona
Yellowstone National Park

Bryce Canyon

Bryce Canyon is indescribably gorgeous. It’s in the South West section of Utah and surrounded by other National Parks and Forests. The entrance to the park is off of Rt. 12 which is a great road to see some great things in Utah. The very unique erosion pattern was not caused by a river as the name Bryce Canyon would lead you to believe. The erosion was caused by the yearly snow fall thawing and the thawed water running down the hill taking little pieces of dirt with it. A couple million years later this is what’s left. Erosion still continues at Bryce Canyon so it’s possible some day it will look vastly different. Bryce Canyon is not to be missed when visiting Utah.