Linda's Lake Powell Condos
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... of the lake are actual what was once the rim of the canyon. With the lake being fairly new, the water is a beautiful emerald green; maybe it's due to a lack of sediment. I never did find out. What I do know is that Lake Powell is a boaters paradise and houseboats rule! All the houseboats we saw had a string of toys following behind. Usually they had at least a power boat and a few jet skis in tow. Since the lake is so deep, no one anchors. They just beach ...
... the handrail. After leaving the overlook we head to 1.5 mile roundtrip hike at Horseshoe Bend. We hiked the somewhat steep trail in 100 degree heat. The view was well worth the hike. After our hike we head for a scenic drive at Lees Ferry where the temp hit 117 degrees (We quit taking pictures of our car temp gage at 116), After our scenic drive we head out towards Zion National Park.
... past groups, we would randomly start pointing and saying President's names. Josh started talking to a couple of British girls that were with our group and they were silly and fun. They would wave at other groups to see how many would wave back.
We then headed towards Monument Valley for another night of camping. By the way, we stopped and bought a new air mattress. Sleeping in the car was no ...
... of the North Rim because of time constraints. We will have to come back for more. The one trail we did take gave us beautiful views of some of the canyon and the cliffs were fascinating. You could look down (and get some vertigo) and still not see the Colorado River. Some of these walls are over 5000 feet in height. It is a nice walk and the park land surrounding this area are exactly what we are hoping to find in Alberta or British Columbia. Once again I will ...
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 ...