Marble Canyon Lodge
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... saying that Jacob Lake "waters more deer than the entire Pacific Ocean."
The vicinity of Jacob Lake remained popular despite, or perhaps because of, its relative inaccessibility. It was an important source of lumber and game for local settlements, and cattle would graze on the Kaibab's abundant grass during the summer months. During the winter months, ten feet of ...
... 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 ...
Well...this was probably the coolest day of the vacation so far. Shaun and I were up at 3 am and we rounded the kids up and were out the door by 4. The reason for the early morning was we had to be in Page for 8:15. Page is right up on the Utah border, at the southern end of Lake Powell. The GPS had it at 3 hours, but the company notified us of major road closures and construction. They recommended adding an additional hour to travel ...
... and the hotels too far away from each other). The prices ranged from $91 to $125 a night, Page was proving to be a little exe. We settled for the Rodeway Inn again and cooled down for the afternoon. The heat during the day gets to 100+ fahrenheit which is around 36 celsius. Even when the sun goes down the temperatures are still quite warm. We are keeping very hydrated and the SPF is being reapplied.
We try and organise our tour into the Antelope Canyon. ...
... the difference now!
Rounding horseshoe bend: we shouted up to the hikers 800 feet above.
My low point and the kids’ high point from the rafting
I left my flip flops on the beach and so had to be carried up the hot metal and ridged steps by my knight in shining armour (Olav!) The kids obviously thought this was hilarious, which it probably was.
On a recommendation from Kris, our B&B host, we headed off to Antelope ...