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... side-arm of Lake Powell is famous not only for its coloration, but also for its famous slot canyons. For the next two nights we are staying at Lake Powell Resort at Wahweap Marina overlooking the lake. Lake Powell is huge!! It has almost 2,000 miles of shoreline with 96 major canyons, some of which are 15 to 20 miles in ...
... and impressively we made it to the top and back in 2.45 hrs (it was advertised as a 3-6 hour hike) My legs were like jelly on the way down and I have never been so happy to take my shoes off and dip them in the river. I was so looking forward to our swim in Lake Powell later. After our hike we headed towards our camp close to Lake Powell, around a 2.5 hr drive. We set up camp, changed quicker than you can say bikini and jumped back in the van to head to the lake. ...
... the way. We are missing the whole point of life. I don't think it's meant to be slaving away at some job one might hate, or going the same places and doing the same things day after day. Out here on the road I don't care what I look like and I'm not worrying about my future. It's all about the people I'm meeting and the experiences I'm living. This moment, right here, right now, is exactly where I'm supposed to be.
Time is but ...
Damn it! many weeks have passed and it hurts my brain to try and recall all the things done and places seen.
After a bitter altercation with a woman in a thrift store we pulled out of Mammoth feeling a little dark on the glitzy outdoors town. We were brought further down to earth when we stopped in to a Ford dealership/mechanic in the sweltering and flat desert town of Bishop to have the brakes checked for a slight vibration. $1100 later and 24 hrs in an ...
... in view, it is surprising to say the least.
Stopped at the Glen Canyon Dam visitors center before heading through
Page, AZ and down route 89 a bit for a mile roundtrip hike to view
Horseshoe Bend, where the Colorado snakes around a huge rock
formation. Intense heat and we get to the Kayak Lake Powell office to
pick up our gear. This will be a 2 night, 3 day survival on the lake
with nothing but primitive conditions (we even have to rent a