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Utah, Arizona, Grand Canyon Photo Blog – Part II

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Utah, Arizona, Grand Canyon Photo Blog – Part II

Tour Director: Patti Olson

Tour Name: Arizona, Utah & Grand Canyon with Sedona, AZ 

Tour Date: June 21-29, 2018

Tour Director Thoughts/Highlights: “An adventurous group of 32 travelers embarked on a journey by air to Salt Lake City, Utah, where we began with a group dinner at a Japanese hibachi restaurant. Only the brave tried eating with chopsticks! Then, after a tour of the Mormon Tabernacle and the city, we began an amazing trip through several western National Parks (Canyonlands, Arches, Bryce, Zion, and the Grand Canyon). We also cruised through Antelope Canyon on Lake Mead, floated down the Colorado River at night, and rode by train from Williams, AZ, to the south rim of the Grand Canyon. There were so many amazing vistas as we traveled with our coach driver, Trevor, to each of the parks, ending up in Sedona, AZ, for a farewell cowboy dinner and concert of well-known cowboy songs. If you have never been to the southwestern U.S., this is a great tour that takes you through the landscape well-known for its red rock mountains and canyons.”

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Photo Credits & Captions: Tour Director Patti Olson

See Part I HERE!


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