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Day 41- Bryce Canyon and More

Today we are headed to Bryce Canyon, then as far as we want to go on the 70, heading back home.


Loaded up and leaving out...picture makes it look lighter than it was...sun is not even completely up.








I am still not used to these early mornings...









...sunrise is not something I see a lot of. lol It's 41*, 6:37 in the morning and we're rolling toward Bryce Canyon.









An early morning shadow pic-








Turn-off toward Bryce...









...up the road a bit, before getting to the actual Bryce Canyon National Park Entrance there is this little tunnel....always fun to ride thru it.








We're here!









It's too early, there's no one at the entrance to check our pass, we just roll on thru...After Mary gets a pic of herself in the reflection. lol









Not too far up the road we stop...









...and take a look around.






Back riding thru Bryce...this pic has the moon, a curve, scenic view and you can see a shadow of Mary holding the camera up high to get it all.








More photo's at a stop...









...really enjoying our time here.









Stopped at...








...Natural Bridge...








...to look around some.

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Just an amazing place, and we're so fortunate this morning, being so early, hardly anyone else in the park.









Back rolling...









...besides being such a beautiful place, the road is really a nice ride too!







Rainbow Point-Elevation 9115 ft.





More of Rainbow Point...








...last time we were here it was hot, we had a nice lunch, and there were a ton of folks milling around. While it was nice, it is amazingly different to be out here alone on a crisp cool morning.









Back rolling...








...3 seconds ago this deer was 10 feet in front of us on the road...








...did not take him long to scramble up the side and stop to watch us. So we did the same. lol








Back rolling, the sights are stunning, the road is great, just a fantastic morning!









It's about 40 miles round trip from the entrance to the end of the road and back to the entrance. Fantastic sights & views everywhere...but we are almost back to the entrance now and saw these deer. Stopped to watch them for a bit.









Back rolling outside the NP now...









...and back thru the Arch-









Rolling the fun 89 toward I70-






There's a fair stretch of 89 before we reach the 70...








...and it all is enjoyable to ride this morning...









...fantastic road & sights!








We're on the 70 now. We've never ridden on it this far west...









...and we are surprised by how scenic this interstate is.









It is some fun too!









Another Triker...








...enjoying the ride-









We take a scenic pull-out. Have a little snack...











...and have a look around.






Some amazing sights right off I70-








After a nice stop, walk around, snack, re-hydration, back rolling...








We're quite surprised...









...having never traveled this section of Interstate 70 before...








...at how scenic it is. (this photo is looking back at a small section of the road)








There are also some more bland sections...









...but mostly it is very scenic!








Coming up to a pretty sharp (and poorly cambered) curve for an interstate-






​​​​​​​Day 41 concluded in next post.




The TG is running well, both drive-train, great handling and smooth ride. Leaving out early, we are warm, but not hot. The scenery is picture perfect, road is nice. In every aspect, this is a Great Riding Day!








We will definitely be revisiting this section of the 70...









...I would have never thought that interstate riding could be...








...so much fun and so scenic!








We could have gone further. But, we have gotten spoiled...









...it's not even 2 pm, but it is starting to get warmer. So we're stopping here and will get an early start tomorrow.








Super 8, home away from home. lol






After checking in, we went to the John Wesley Powell River History Museum, found a spot on the grass, by the river, in the shade and ate our lunch. Amazingly I have no photos of it. Was a nice lunch watching the animals along and in the river.

Tomorrow, early, we continue eastward, toward home!