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On going through my archives recently, I found some pictures taken in June, 2011, as Betsy and I drove from Kanab, Utah, to Bryce Canyon. The morning was very overcast, so we weren’t sure of what the weather would be like at Bryce, but we headed out anyway.
As we drove along we were impressed with both the Utah landscape and the vastness of the sky. We stopped several times along the way to get pictures.
At times the clouds were so low that they they touched the tops of the mountains in the distance.
At other times the clouds would part enough for us to see blue skies and the beautiful red cliffs of Utah.
On a more personal note, I had my first date with my Beautiful Bride on March 29, 2001. She was a minister at Hendersonville (Tennessee) First United Methodist Church, and we made a dinner date to discuss some Bible Study lessons I had missed because my work took me out of town.
The Bible Study never came up the entire evening.