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Leaving Kayenta we headed North West towards Page and the landscape was dessert as far as you could see, but with significant creamy white Rock formations dotted everywhere. Just off Highway 98 and six kilometers from Page we turned off into Antelope Canyon. It was still only 9:30 because we had left Indian reservation time and had to change our …
This surely was a highlight of my "Chinese Tour" (Why Chinese? I will explain when appending the entry of Feb 3rd). Antelope Canyon is on Navajo Land and became famous for a photo strip published in the National Geographic. Now tell me, would my photos qualify for the National Geographic? I am happy that I got this new small, but powerful camera.
Today, we visited the Lower Antelope Canyon. It was a canyon that looked a lot different from the other canyons in the Grand Canyon. It was made out of Navajo sandstone, so it was very easy to break, and if you wanted to, you could leave an imprint on the walls. The type of canyon was a slot canyon, and as the name implies, it was very narrow. The canyon looked like nothing from the top, and you could easily jump over it. In ...
... goes to a blue as the day heats up.After about 8 miles we turned around and came back, meeting up with our coach and Cheryl at around midday.We stayed in the town of Page for lunch, (others went back to the resort). Had coffee in an Indian Diner as we don't like Starbucks!!! Then Cheryl found a Patchwork shop & bought a few pieces of material of Indian designs. Russell dragged her out to meet the bus to leave ...
... a sheer 1000 foot plus cliff with NO guard rails or safety of any kind; just your own fear. We snapped our pictures and got out of there quick. We grabbed a quick dinner before hitting the road for the three hour drive back to Sedona. Long but incredible day.