We have made it safely to our summer destination – Bryce Canyon National Park, Sunset Campground, Camp Host Site 2! It is a beautiful campground and there is a nice loop with sites just for the camp hosts and a couple of other Park employees.
The weather was pretty nice the day we arrived and we were able to get our site fully set-up – that means mat, cooler, table cloth, and chairs. We got everything out of the truck that we had hauled from home – our bikes, my yoga board (to give me a flat surface outside), etc. That was all great until the next day when our site was looking like this:
It was beautiful, but a little cold! Our rig held up just fine, though – toasty warm and cozy.
Since this is what most of the campsites looked like, there wasn’t a lot for the camp hosts to do:
We took a walk over to the rim to see what the Canyon looked like in the snow. The sun wasn’t out but it was magical.
We had some company in the campground during the storm. They didn’t seem to mind the cold weather.
We even hung around the rim long enough to get into a snowball fight.
More pictures of the rim in the snow to come …