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... surprising reasons) a homeland security zone. We also had to don rather badly fitting hard hats for the 400m walk from our bus to the rafts - which all looked rather comical.
However, once on the rafts the beauty of the scenery quickly became clear. The dam and canyon walls towering above us were truly dramatic, the power of the sun stiffing and in sharp contrast to the water which exits the base of Lake Powell at only 8C.
Our guide who was a local Navajo ...
... and some elephant seals on the beach.
We then went on via Los Angeles to San Diego for 2 nights. They had Comicon on the weekend so the place was packed with all kinds of people dressed up as their favorite characters. We took a hop on/hop off trolley tour and got to see a lot of San Diego and Coronado.
Then on to Las Vegas. Had an awesome 4 nights there at the Flamingo hotel and casino right on the strip. Only had to pay ...
... that may help. Lake Powell has more shoreline than the entire west coast of the United States! The vastness of this place means that you can always find a quite nook or cranny to hang out in without other boat traffic getting in the way of your fun. Everyone is very spread out among the various canyons of the lake.
Last time we were here we rented a boat from a local company in order to save a few dollars over the marina in the campground. ...
... resort as there are supposed to be some coves by the lake to swim from but there just seems to be a lot of car parks but no obvious access to the coves now. By now a storm is developing so we call in at the stores for sandwiches and beers for lunch. The storm soon passes so we spend a couple of hours by the pool swimming ...
... as far as you can see. At this point we are 8017 feet above sea level so no wonder it is cooler! The trail is about 3 miles long with some steep ups and downs but well worth it as you get amongst the hoodoos and view the canyon from near the bottom as well. It really is an incredible place very different to anything we have seen so far.
After taking lots of photos we climbed back up to the top, where we saw chipmunks running across the paths, stop for ...
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