Dreamkatchers Lake Powell Bed & Breakfast
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One of the reasons we come to Lake Powell at this time of year is because there very few people out in motorboats or houseboats and so it is a good time to be out in your kayak. It is usually calm winds which are very important since to get to the other side you must cross about a mile(?) of open flat water and wind does not make it a fun things to do!
Before we left on this trip we had ...
... favorite number and my third time there. I thought for sure that would bring me a positive outcome. But it just wasn’t meant to be. Part of me regrets not heading out there and doing the hike anyway, taking a chance that no one would see me. But ultimately what this disappointment means is that I will just have to head back to this beautiful land in the future to do my hike, which I am completely ok with.
I knew I wanted to head towards ...
... dock area, we traded in our hats for life jackets and boarded our boats with about 12 other people. Our guide gave us a quick history of the dam area and we just soaked in the view and the awesome size of the canyon. Truly indescribable! I have never felt so small in my life. As we rounded the first bend, we saw a couple of other boats..people trout fishing or just leisurely exploring, and some osprey hanging out on the wires.
... and you can still get really cool pics. As we get to the end of the canyon the sun has come out to play. Bill gets us through the canyon to the two front sections so we can take pics of the light shafts coming into the canyon. As we get there we see some of the tour guides throwing sand in the light shafts to emphasise the light beams. We set up our tripods and patiently wait for the crowds to thin out so we can take some shots without the people ruining our ...
... a huge tourist attraction with something like 5 or 6 Navajo guide companies offering tours there. There are so many people in the canyon, it makes it nearly impossible to take a picture without someone getting in your shot, or tripping over your tripod. The lower Antelope Canyon is literally "downstream" from the Upper Canyon, but for some reason is much less visited.
We chose to visit the lower canyon today. From what I had read ...