January 14, 2009

We’re having a wonderful time on our holiday, cruising through the southwest of the USA. The sights have been spectacular, varied and unexpected. The highlight so far was Bryce Canyon. The Grand Canyon is grand, and sublime in its own way. Bryce Canyon was totally unexpected: I had no idea erosion could do just that. Z ran around like a madman enjoying the snow, and the awesome view. But the highlight for Z has been throwing snowballs, something doesn’t feature in the average Melbourne kid’s average day. Bigger photos, for those who want to keep up, are accumulating in the gallery.

After Zion National Park, we’re off to Las Vegas. There, we’re looking forward to meeting Greg Frost-Arnold in our couple of days there. (As well as the sensory overload of the Strip, of course.)


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