Catching the I-70 west from Hwy 191.
Turn off from I-70 to Hwy 24.
Only 88 miles to go.
This place looks familiar.
Same waterfall viewed from the pool area.
A stop and a short hike to Hickman Bridge.
Fremount River in the background at the trailhead.
Up hill path.
I was just looking at those large black rocks behind me.
When on the trail sometimes one run across some strange people.
Almost at Hickman Bridge,a view from the trail that circles around the Bridge.
A nice photo spot on the trail.
My Julie at Hickman Bridge.
Headed back to the trail there is a spot where Hwy24 can be seen.
A photo of my wife Julie with a wonderful backdrop.
As we were leaving more people started showing up.
Capital Dome, I think they should rename it "Conehead Dome" for it reminds me of that movie.
We are now back at the Wildcat Information Center,I was able toget this photo of a Hummingbird at the feeder.
Its not often one see a Hummingbird at rest.
The Wildcat host helped us with showing us areas for backcounty camping(free).
Walking back from checking the area out.
This is what I had seen on my litle walk.
On our way out the next morning, I almost missed this Utah parrie dog.
This lake area is one of the fee use area for camping in the Wildcat area off from Hwy12.
Still some snow on the ground.
From Hwy12 we can see Grandstaircase area.
Hwy12 Hogsback west travel.
Hwy 12 Hogsback East to West
Calf Creek campground.
Don Curley ad told me about this backroad-Hell's Back Bone.
Wooden barn along the Hwy12 going thru one of the many small towns.
People who have seen these before know they are back in the Bryce area.
A detour trip inside Bryce NP.
It didn't long to see the local wildlife!
At one of thelookout visita, this raven was tring to sell me some shiny items, mine own hubcaps.
When we had made our first trip the Bryce we had walked a few of the trails, this time it was just a short visit.
At the last visita I had talked the the guy on the bicycle. He is traveling to were we had came from.
Honey, didn't you want to see Mossy Cave? my wife said. So back east bound to Mossy Cave, just a sort few miles away.
There's the parking area.
Plently of room for our rig,this is a popular place.
Flowers alng the trail.