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711 hour ago
Smile big. Laugh often. Never take this life for granted.
And when there is snow, play in it.
Walking up to a snowy Bryce Canyon was like a dream come true. I’ve seen pictures of the mysterious hoodoos during the winter, but I never thought I’d actually experience their magic after a fresh snow fall. Hey, if it’s going to be 17F outside, it might as well be snowing! 📸: @decapture
7161 hour ago
If you haven’t visited Bryce Canyon in the winter you are missing out. It is a completely different experience. It is quiet, beautiful and unreal. So glad we listened when Elli said she wanted to see it with snow on it. Yes it was cold and salty (see last pic of our car) but so worth it. We dressed in layers and at one point only needed sweatshirts. #brycecanyon#quickquackcarwash
Wind, water and ice erosion over millions and millions of years helped shape the hoodoos of Bryce Canyon into what we're fortunate enough to see today. It will almost certainly be those same processes that ultimately destroy them.
2412 hours ago
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The Natural Bridge, Bryce Canyon. 🌲🌉❄️
The second picture looks like Lady Liberty’s torch. Overall this place was amazing. It was freezing cold up there, roughly 9,000 ft above sea level I believe and the ice cold wind really pierced through you. Just finished with an Arizona trip and I can’t wait go back! Sadly, school starts for me this week but at least I took lots of photos from UT & AZ. Can’t wait to share!! #Utah#BryceCanyon#FabrigUtah2020
Flashback to Nick and I exploring Utah’s Five National Parks for our anniversary trip! I post about our trip details, how we saved money and why we make anniversary travel a priority in our marriage!