Bryce Canyon (day 2)
Bryce Canyon National Park Travel Blog› entry 21 of 41 › view all entries
September 10th, 1996 – by: mypictures4u
At the turning point of the trail we did not chose the path back to Sunset point but continued on the "Queens Garden Trail". An quite easy hike with great vistas. Vistas ...I should tell a short anecdote here.
Since we made this trip in the pre-digital era the number of pictures we could take was sort of limited. For this reason my cousin had given the following precept: Only take a picture if the motive is worthy of being hang up at the wall of your living room. So far, so good. But the days at Bryce led us into temptation. Especially my cousin. He had brought a small compact camera which he carried inside a waist bag with a velcor fastener. Everytime when he opened the bag the fastener produced a characteristic rasping sound which was audible frome miles away. I had gotten used to this sound earlier on our trip. But the fascinating rock formations at Bryce caused an enourmous increase in rasping activities. It soon turned into one continuous cacophony.
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