The Kinkade family explored the desert Southwest, in an oversized RV equipped to be a rolling art studio. At Bryce National Park in Utah, God works on a monumental scale – the vast panorama of eroded rock stretches to the horizons. We visited in late spring, when patches of snow still nestle on the shadowed high places. Hardy pine trees cling to the nooks and walls of towering cliffs, creating a unique wonderland. This fantasyland carved in multi-hued sandstone presents a spectacular succession of dramatic vistas – one grander than the other.