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Trafalgar Scenic Parks Explorer, June 2013  - Page B

On June 18th, after we left Zion National Park, we headed for Bryce Canyon.  Both are in Utah.  Bryce is said to
have the most hoodoos (odd-shaped pillars of rock left standing from the forces of erosion) in the world.  
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Look closely at the lighter colored formations.  What do
you see?  I see a man sitting on a chair and behind him
someone standing on a pillar.
At right:  Maria.
Ebenezer's - Next to the hotel, we had dinner and were
entertained. The red beans with bacon were delicious!
Best Western Plus - Where  we stayed for the night.
Look closely.  What do you see?  Looks like someone
standing with arms crossed leaning against a wall.

On June 19th, after the stop at

Red Canyon (left),

we headed north for

Salt Lake City, Utah.
Stadium, 2002 Winter Olympics, Salt Lake City
State Capitol
This & next 2 photos taken from bus.
Before going to hotel, we took a spin around the city.
Mormon Battalion Monument in
park next to Capitol
Possibly the Wasatch Range
Eagle Gate Monument
Maria and I decided to get off the bus and tour
Temple Square before going to hotel.
Inside the Tabernacle.  Left - No flash.  Right - With flash.
This & the  next 2 photos are inside Assembly Hall
The Temple and part of Tabernacle from Temple Square.  
Left - The Temple.  Don't know what is on wall that María
is reading.
Above - A closer look at the back of the golden angel,
Moroni, that's on top of the temple.

Photos of Salt Lake City continue on next page.  Please click Next Page/Próxima Página below to continue.

Also see 1996 pages (A Through I) for other photos of National Parks.
Postcard.  © 2000, Mountain West Prints.  Believe it or not, this was printed in
Korea but created, designed and published in US of A.  
Photos by Charles D. Thomas & LDS Church Library.
After leaving the hotel, we headed to Fairyland Canyon
This photo, and next one, taken when we got off to take
group photo.  See
2013M for group photos.
Part of Bryce Canyon
Fairyland is part of Bryce Canyon
Close up
view of organ
Stairs leading to 2nd
 We were not
allowed upstairs.
Portion of Assembly Hall.  Built in 1880.  
Used for conferences & meetings.