Friday, July 9, 2010

Kodachrome Basin State Park, Utah




Well, what an experience we had at Bryce Canyon yesterday! We didn't mind the rain, but that lightening was not welcome at all.

We left and started driving along a scenic highway, and wound up at Kodachrome Basin State Park. We stopped at the visitor's center, picked up maps, then began the drive back to enjoy the scenery...only to discover that the cg host used to live in Mayberry! Tina saw our tag and stopped us...She used to be in charge of the local animal shelter (which is where Missy came from). I am pretty sure she came to one of our BSP meetings and presented a program on the shelter a long time ago. Small world! Really small...

So today we'll try Bryce again. We hope for good weather.

Enjoy your Saturday, y'all. Life is good!

8 comments:

ivana said...

Ciao Sandy and Dick!
Your travel is so natural...your plans can be changed, the sky says if and when you may visit or drive!!!!
Thanks for the great photos!!!

Buon viaggio!!!

Barb said...

It really is a small world! I love the photos, especially the first! I can't wait to see all of them when you get home and cam upload them all.

Big hugs xo

Haley D. said...

It's a small world after all... I am convinced that you cannot go ANYWHERE without running into someone you know.

Kodachrome looks really cool. The girls & I loved Bryce. Take lots of pictures!

Empress Bee (of the High Sea) said...

how cool! and i run into podunk people all the time too. thanks for sharing...

smiles, bee
xoxoxoxoxoxo

Sarge Charlie said...

no place in the world like the great south west usa.

"Lois Grebowski" said...

it's a small world. I can see why it's called Kodachrome. Beautiful!

Joy said...

I remember the program, how amazing that you'd run into her so far from Mayberry! Stay out of lightning storms if you can, and have fun. Hugs!

Zane D. Clark said...

We were in this part of the country in 99 or so. Beautiful area.
z