As promised, gentle readers, here are only a few of the 1000 pictures the hubster took. He did a fantastic job! I hope you enjoy the photos. I encourage all of you to visit this beautiful area!
Montezuma Castle: This relic has been preserved by the National Park Service. It is where Native American cave dwellers once lived 1,000 years ago. Built into a limestone cliff and accessible by ladder only.
Sedona: This small snapshot gives just a tiny glimpse of the magnificent red rocks surrounding Sedona, AZ and which could be viewed from our hotel balcony at the Amara Resort & Spa.
Grand Canyon National Park: A view from the South Rim. As the sun made its journey across the sky, minute by minute, the Canyon’s beauty changed as the shadows moved. Breath taking.
A view of the Canyon from the helicopter. Definitely a unique view but I did not feel I got as spectacular a view from the air as I did from the Rim.
Canyon Sunset: I love this picture especially due to the sun’s rays bursting forth above the clouds as it sets over the edge.
Red Cliffs Lodge, Moab, UT: This is the view of the Colorado River from our backporch/yard at the Lodge. Three days were spent here. We were nestled in the Valley, surrounded by the red cliffs. Spectacular!
The red cliffs backdrop the Colorado River.
Delicate Arch in Arches National Park: Here I am! After a 1.5 miles hike into and up to this Arch. I did not high the last couple of hundred yards to it because of the sheer drop of the cliff. But if you are able, notice the people (and how tiny they are) to my right (your left, dear reader). Just follow a horizontal line from the black shoulder strap on my right shoulder, across. They look like ants! This gives an excellent perspective of how huge that arch is.
L-R: Chris (Disney Tour Guide), the Hubster, Me, Mike (Disney Tour Guide) at Delicate Arch.
Yours truly, dear Reader, and the hubster on horseback in the outback. Let me tell you, I had an interesting time getting off of that horse and then walking! YIKES! My horse was named Lucky. The hubster’s was Snoopy.
When our tour ended, the hubster and I went on to Glenwood Springs, CO to view the Rockies. But before we went “up”, we went “down.”
We took a tour of the inside of a Cavern in Glenwood Springs, CO.
Mt. Sophris, Colorado
Cottonwood tree which grows only near water. So if you see a cottonwood tree somewhere on the mountain, you know there is a spring nearby.
Yours truly shivering in the cold and snow 12,095 feet up! Brrrrr!
The curving road we had just climbed to get to the top of the mountain!
What we left behind!
God in His creation! Glory to Him!