Zion and Bryce Canyon National Parks, SW Utah – Throwback 2012 Video Series

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We head back in time to May 2012, during our first year as full-time RVers. For one full year, we traveled around North America. At the time, I didn’t have a YouTube channel or a blog but did take some clips and photos with a little point-and-shoot camera. I thought since we can’t travel south, as usual, this winter, I’d put together some of the old clips and pix as videos. I hope you enjoy this look at Anne and me plus our beagles Angie and Oscar as newbie RVers. Cheers, Ray

This video shows visits to Coral Pink Sand Dunes State Park and both Zion and Bryce Canyon National Parks in Utah. I have several video clips from both Zion and Bryce and a photo slide show from all three. It was late April, early May 2012, and temperatures were all over the place. We went from wearing shorts and T-shirts down in the Virgin River Valley of Zion to full winter gear way up at Bryce Canyon. With an elevation as high as 9,100 feet, it can get chilly up at Bryce, especially for sunrise photo shoots.

We had many fun hikes through remarkable desert landscapes and came away wonderstruck with a hard drive full of fantastic photos and memories to last a lifetime.

Zion and Bryce, 2012 LYRV Throwback Video

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Visits to Zion and Bryce National Parks in Spring 2012 Throwback Video Series

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