With only half a day at Great Basin NP, I took a further detour to southwestern Utah, hoping to take in a brief stay at Bryce Canyon national park before heading straight for eastern LA. During the summer, one could do the national park trifecta: Bryce Canyon, Zion, and Grand Canyon. However, the north rim of Grand Canyon is closed in the winter.
(Warning: lots of photos.)
I was watching an episode of America’s Test Kitchen I had recorded a while ago but hadn’t gotten around to watching. I was pleased to see that their uber-French toast recipe wasn’t too far from mine, but had one important difference worth calling out: flour.
I had a lot of fun researching the road signs and thought I’d delve into another area of mystery: roads themselves. So today, I’ll look at weird things like road striping, road dots, and the interstate system in general.