Bryce Canyon National Park

By Karen and Paul Larson
November 11, 2011

Here is a photo of the two of us enjoying the beauty of Bryce Canyon this past April. Snow is still on the hoodoos, the air is crisp and cool, and the vista is breathtaking. While there we heard so many different languages. People, young, old, and every age in between from many countries were visiting this beautiful natural treasure. World travelers treasure our national parks as much, or maybe even more than we do. They realize the extraordinary and unique natural creations that exist only in this vast and diverse country. Our national parks need to be properly funded and protected not only for our children and grandchildren but for the children of the world!

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