Exploring Bryce Canyon


This past weekend, I headed out the door with my parents and bestie and drove to Southern Utah for four days to explore a couple of the national parks. That meant very limited access to internet, so I took the opportunity to work ahead and take a few vacation days. I work in social media, and it’s the first time in almost two years that I’ve unplugged completely for that length of time without doing a little work each day. I kept up only with my personal accounts, and after four days of being (mostly) unplugged and not even turning on my computer, I felt refreshed and ready to tackle this week. When was the last time YOU unplugged?

Up first, we spent the first two days in Bryce Canyon. Despite the cool temps the first day, we managed to drive through the park and hit all of the popular points of the park. The second day was spent hiking a fairly strenuous but breathtaking path through the orange hoodoos (the spires) on the canyon ground. Keep scrolling for more pics (thanks to Liz for letting me use these), as well as to find out what I wore (hiking is fairly unglamorous).


I’m wearing an old college T-shirt, a Lands’ End polar fleece zip-up (borrowed from my mom), compression pants from Old Navy (love Old Navy’s athletic wear), and Nike tennis shoes from Nordstrom Rack (similar).

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