After Zion, we drove to Bryce Canyon National Park. We first checked into the hotel, then walked around a bit before heading to dinner at the lodge. Bryce is known for their sunsets and sunrises, but the night we were there it was very overcast and actually snowing, so we weren’t able to see the sunset. But I made sure to set my alarm bright and early to catch the sunrise, and it was definitely worth it! There was a light dusting of snow on the ground, and while the clouds prevented the sunrise from lasting very long and we only got a quick sliver of it before it was tucked back behind the clouds, it was totally worth it! Bryce is famous for their sunrises, and it didn’t disappoint. Plus, the snow made it a special kind of unique that I loved even more. I love all types of weather, but I do especially love the snow. Probably because I grew up in an area where we didn’t ever get any snow, any time I get to see it it seems like an extra treat
After Bryce we headed to Page, Arizona, where we got to see something I have been dying to see for quite some time! Coming up next are photos from Antelope Canyon! I can’t wait to share those, it was such a unique and spectacular place.