Saturday, October 27, 2012

Hoodoos, Dangerous Hikes, a Chipmunk, and Water in Zion

1. (noun) A pinnacle or odd shaped rock left standing by the forces of erosion.
2. (verb) To cast a spell or cause bad luck
3. (noun) Voodoo

Byrce Canyon is chalk full of hoodoos (definition #1). 

It makes for splendid beauty, but some dangerous cliffs. It was way too hot for much of a hike, but we managed a little one in the morning. I shot several hundred photos. Here are a few.

After the dryness of Bryce Canyon and the heat of the day, it was a welcome sight to find water in Zion National Park in the evening.

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