Dreamkatchers Lake Powell Bed & Breakfast
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... is un-relenting and there are very few clouds in the skies to offer a break from the sun. Once off the paved roads, we were on Navajo land and in the desert, where the sand is red and deep. The reservation is one of the largest in the country land wise, and certainly one of the poorest. The unemployment rate is 48% and many of the families do not have electricity or running water. There are public cysterns where they go daily and ...
... the time) had 14 people and we were the only ones from the US. It was neat to see that many people from so many parts of the world all inside this little canyon in Arizona. The same thing in the RV parks - I had no idea so many people come from overseas and rent RVs for extended vacations. Back at the park Dean met some kids from Holland. They couldn't really understand each other but were able to communicate enough to kick a soccer ball around for over an hour.
Our descent into the canyon is through a steep steel ladder that goes down 15 feet into the first chamber. The canyon is very narrow, and in some places its a tight squeeze to move into the next chamber.
The canyon is stunningly beautiful.
The climb out is even steeper and a world away.
We climb into the van for the long trip to Bryce ...
... we'd encounter bad weather. So it was just Lionel, Rox, and I as we "bounced" acrossed fields in the dark and down a step embankment almost at the entrance to Upper Antelope Canyon.
The guy that canceled made a big mistake. The weather was great; little wind, and the stars were out! Lionel coached us on a few "astrophotography" test shots (not unlike what Tony had taught us in Iceland) and set the cameras for manual focus, ISO 1600, ...
... stopped off at Hoover Dam which was built in the early 30s and is an engineering marvel - the girls and I were more impressed than we expected which is always a happy event - to be pleasantly surprised on your travels! It really was fascinating and the sheer scale and ingenuity of the engineering was amazing.
We then pushed onto Hackberry General Store on Rt 66 - an iconic stop and one that well and truly lived up to its reputation. I'll ...