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What incredible scenery today. We started the day with breakfast at a bakery which was started up by another hippy. We didn't meet this one, but there are photos and stories on the wall - as well as a lot of art work. Mancos is at 7,000 feet.
Mesa Verde National Park is just 6 miles down the road. Unfortunately it is a 20 mile drive to …
... just that week.
The colors are what really make this trip so memorable. The walls of the canyon practically glow in orange, pink and mauve as sun in through a narrow opening above. I'll let the pictures explain. Special thanks to Dewey, Uncle Don, Joanie and Dave for recommending this trip. It was beautiful.
We spent the rest of the day chillin' in the RV during the heat of the day. We ventured out late in the afternoon for one last swim.
... three more days of discovery at one of the most unique parks we have visited and the one Victor thinks will be his favorite.
The drive from the Grand Canyon to Lake Powell was through some serious desert conditions. If we had a broken down in this area, I think the buzzards would have gotten to us before AAA. We got out for gas and the heat was oppressive. I really felt like I was in one of those westerns where there are lots of shots ...
... With the group clown in the restroom (Paulie of course!) Carol and Graham pushed me up to do the honours and to be honest I was only too willing to give my performance of a lifetime!
And so there I was, on stage with our new found friends slapping the tambourine from hip to hand along with the rhythm guitarist!
The look on Paulie's face as he emerged from the restrooms was priceless, ...
The other main reason hiked thru and photograph a slot canyon. Most of us have seen some wonderful photos mainly of Antelope Canyon. That is the touristy place to go and is crowded, even during this time of year. Best time everyone says in mid summer when light is highest but we don't have that luxury because we are up north.
One of my Camera Club of Tucson buddies, Steve, suggested I get on a photo tour of ...