We didn't sleep much last night because the battery in our camper wouldn't seem to hold a charge and they had no electrical hook ups. We were worried about the fridge going out and the food that was in it. We were hoping to do everything we needed to do, and leave a night early to go up to Ogden, UT. I had set out in the morning hoping to see some pronghorn (the fastest land animal in North America), because I figured seeing a bear or mountain lion was unlikely. We were driving out to Rainbow Point when we happened across this family of Pronghorn.
The one below is the profile of the Queen!
The boys love walking between the narrow rock walls.
The hike out was tough, because it was all uphill, but the boys were champions. We have gotten several comments on what troopers the boys are and great hikers. It probably doesn't hurt that they look so adorable carrying their own camelback water backpacks and their own hiking poles. We went and hiked a very short (less than one mile) hike just outside the park called Mossy Cave so that we could get the last pencil rubbing. There was a beautiful waterfall here, which looked like it didn't fit in at all.
On the way back in to the park, we stopped for our "Welcome to Bryce Canyon" picture.