Archive for 'Travel Photos'
May 26, 2015 – Editor’s Correction: Any member of the public with an idea or opinion on the pickle ball issue should contact one or more of the Town Board members prior to the June 9th workshop. Members of the general public may attend this June 9th workshop or any Town Board workshop; however, workshops […]
By John T. Ryan Watching horseback riding in the movies or on television gives the impression that a rider just sits on the horse’s back, moves the reins and goes along for the ride. In fact, horseback riding is a sport that has standards and rules. It develops a rider’s balance, flexibility, agility and overall […]
What a way to start your day!
By Jean & John Ryan Bryce Canyon National Park includes some very colorful rocks which have been sculpted by erosion into pillars called “hoodoos.” Iron oxides give red, yellow and brown tints to this canyon’s limestone. The name native Americans gave to this area translates as “red rocks standing like man in a bowl-shaped canyon.” […]
July 2013 photographic memories of Utah’s Salt Lake City, Arches, Canyonlands and Capitol Reef National Parks
Part II of III: A 3,300 mile journey of discovery through Nevada, Arizona, California and Utah Click here for Part II photos. Click here for Part I photos. By John & Jean Ryan Utah’s capitol Salt Lake City, founded by Mormons who still have a strong presence there, was our next stop. We toured Temple Square, […]
By Jean & John Ryan Part One of Three Parts Click here for photos. A short description is included with individual photos. After learning about others’ trips to our western national parks and viewing photos of that beautiful area since our childhood, we decided to participate in a bus trip to several national parks of […]