These photos were made from May 17-22, 2014 on a trip with my sister Ruth Ann to Utah's Zion and Bryce Canyon National Parks, Kodachrome Basin State Park, a 16 mile round trip side trip on Skutumpah Road (the world's most washboarded dirt road) to see the Willis Creek Narrows, a 43 mile trip on another dirt road (Cottonwood Canyon Road) where we saw Grosvenor Arch and fantastic scenery on our way to Page, Arizona. At Page we experienced the incredible shapes found in Rattlesnake and Upper Antelope Canyons and visited the Horseshoe Bend in the Colorado River. We also made a quick stop at the Glen Canyon Dam and took another dirt road side trip on the Pariah River Valley Road while on our way to St. George, UT. After a night's stay there we visited Snow Canyon State Park before heading back to Las Vegas for our return flights home. My participation in this trip would not have been possible without the generosity, excellent planning and logistics provided by my dear sister Ruth Ann.
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