Defiance House Lodge
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TravelPod Member ReviewsDefiance House Lodge Bullfrog
Great road to get here, marina is very nice but check ferry is running if you intend to take it, when we visited the water level was too low meaning we had to back track 40 miles the following morning.
The rooms are nicely furnished with a average restaurant on site
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... to turn them to rubble. Mine caravan and I were ushered towards a trading post, which let us a ship to sail the azure blue morning waters with. From sunrise to midday we wandered the lake, the waves rippling around the ship’s hull. It is named after a family from Europa: Powell, I believe it to have been. How many wakes and swells we crossed, smiling like madness under the scalding sun. I remember being not at all feeling abused by the sea as a boy, but as a man it beat ...
... side canyons, coves, and natural wonders. Another thing to add to our list of fun things to do.
Such a wonderful area with so much to do; beautiful mountains and lake. Perfect place to play and explore!!!
Fantastic Ending to a Fantastic Place
Accomplished our goal of seeing Antelope Canyon.
Absolutely love this area with the mountains and lake!
... very pretty red and white striping. Their shape makes me think of woolly mammoths.
At about mile marker 31 is a turn-out that I wanted to stop at and take pictures of the distant cliffs. It ended being access for going to an old pioneer town, Pahreah, and the site where many old western movies were made.
It looks like we are going to have to plan another trip out here and probably expect to spend a month in order to see and do all of the things we're discovering.
... was time to turn back around and navigate our way through the ever increasing hordes of tourists. Well, I suppose we were part of the masses but still, it would have been nice to have had it to ourselves!
Back into the jeep, we were all exhilarated by what we had seen, and counted ourselves lucky that we had managed to get onto a tour and experience the uniquely stunning Antelope Slot ...
Slow day, John swapping wheels around and me doing the washing!
Then into town, shopping and internet at Maccas.
Stopped on the way back to look at Glen Canyon Dam, second largest reservoir in the USA (after Lake Mead, near Las Vegas) and the bridge over the Colorado River, and then the lookout ...