Over ten years ago, Greg and I visited Bryce Canyon on our honeymoon.

While we explored the hoodoos, which were iced with snow, soft flakes began to fall, like flower petals floating to the red sandy floor.

It was very romantic - and memorable.

Now here we were again, this time to share it with our five children, along our Epic Expedition.

The setting was quite different this time - bright sun shone down on us, the red and white hoodoos stood stark against a brilliant blue sky.

But still the beauty was incomparable. There's something about an open expanse before your view; an incomprehensible formation of the natural world; the contrast of colors that are entirely God-made. It touches your soul.

And the terrain challenges your body. It's a good combination.


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  1. Carol Kaatz

    Wow! Spectacular scenery, beautiful family, love those awesome kids! I had no idea of those switchbacks…whoa! Those kids are amazing to do all that hiking, and in flip flops and slip on shoes even! The blue sky is awesome!! What a great day!

  2. Adrainne gray

    Wow! Not one complaint from the kids, or dad for that matter. It looks like if a kid tires he/or she can catch a ride on daddy’s back. Cool family!


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