Dreamkatchers Lake Powell Bed & Breakfast
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... The Resnecks’. (Think Rednecks but with a word play on Reservation, clever hey!)
Yeeeee Haaaaa! This was great!
The food was scrummy, the beers were flowing, the sun was setting, the place was buzzing and the band were brilliant! What more could we ask for?
As it turned out during the bands intervals we got chatting to them and before we knew it we had every ...
... here, but vow to come back the area and explore more in the future. Maybe taking a boat ride and hike up Rainbow Bridge, maybe visit the “Hole in the Rock” trail the Utah chiseled away during their 1st exploration. In any case, we’d love to take a week long rafting trip launched from Lees Ferry. There’s so much to do and so much to see here. Red rock canyons and blue lake, just amazing!
Heute war Lottery-Tag! In dem Vermillon Cliffs National Park gibt es einen Teil, der The Waves heißt. Um hier wandern zu dürfen, muss man entweder 3 Monate im Voraus eine Genehmigung beantragen oder aber man nimmt am Vortag an einer Lotterie teil und mit etwas Glück bekommt man dann eine Genehmigung für den Folgetag. Das Problem: Maximal 20 Leute dürfen pro Tag The Waves betreten und davon werden 10 über die Lotterie ausgewählt. Pro Gruppe, darf ...
... unusual ( a photographers delight), the slot was barely 2 persons wide and we often had to stop to let others pass going out, as once through you had to come back. Our guide made sure we had the exact right spot and angle to take a photo, with a description of the formation using imagination such as "see the lady's face or animal shape".Interesting is the sandy floor which is currently waiting on heavy rains to ...
... with striated rock and chambers. When the sunlight hits in various spots, it illuminates the rock and creates light patterns that remind me of candlelight. Amazing!!! Dave explained to us that Navajos will not go into the slot canyons because these canyons are in the ground. Navajos believe they all come from the ground and Creator and do not return to the ground until they die.
Again, very little wildlife here...but we ...