Harry Winston Jerome, OC, track and field athlete, consultant, teacher (born 30 September 1940 in Prince Albert, SK; died 7 December 1982 in Vancouver, BC). Three-time Olympian Harry Jerome won the bronze medal in the 100 m race at the 1964 Olympic Summer Games in Tokyo, Japan. He also won gold medals at the 1966 Commonwealth Games and the 1967 Pan American Games. Jerome broke the Canadian record in the 220-yard dash when he was only 18 years old and set or equalled world rec
You walk on a trail and suddenly the whole terrain changes and you have this amazing view of a landscape that was formed over millions of years. This is called The Windows.These thin walls of rock are called fins. Frost-wedging enlarges cracks in the fins, creating holes or windows. Under the Rim Trail (see the bottom right side) can take you to the bottom of Bryce Canyon. As Windows grow, their tops eventually collapse, leaving a column, as shown in the middle. Rain furth
Chase and Cruz enjoyed the hike and great view. It was minus 9 degrees C (15.8 degrees F) and a howling wind, so they were glad they had the fur coat on. There are three more photos. To me it looked like a row of condos. A clear sign that it was a very dry summer, the creek is completely dry. Does it not look like a giant lizard is crawling on the mountain peaks?
We took a side road off Interstate 84 from North Salt Lake. I am not a fan of this road espcially through Salt Lake City and a further 50 miles south. This side trip brought us to Hwy 12 that took us to our destination Bryce Canyon.