Debbie's Hide a Way
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... of the Isle of Wight, of course we only saw a fraction of it. If you have a boat there's a lot to explore here, and lots of people do have boats. There's nothing stranger than passing a car (or pick up truck as it nearly always is) towing a boat through the middle of the desert! But Lake Powell is a popular place to holiday, with it's guaranteed sunshine and plenty of space for water sports.
We checked into our motel. This was one of the places where we were saving ...
... very pretty red and white striping. Their shape makes me think of woolly mammoths.
At about mile marker 31 is a turn-out that I wanted to stop at and take pictures of the distant cliffs. It ended being access for going to an old pioneer town, Pahreah, and the site where many old western movies were made.
It looks like we are going to have to plan another trip out here and probably expect to spend a month in order to see and do all of the things we're discovering.
... 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 ...
We had an 8 AM reservation to view Upper Antelope Canyon on the Navajo Reservation outside of Page, Az. Our Navajo guide, Colby, lead us on the back of a custom ten-seater
all-wheel drive lift truck. The ride was very bumpy over the back country roads. This sandstone canyon shows spectacular colors and natural waves created by centuries of water flowing and eroding the sand from these huge sandstone ...
... and cottontails. Asked the ranger, who told us Cottonwood Canyon Road was impassable, so we had to back track via Bryce Canyon Village. Arrived at Kanab, where all four of us tried yet again to sort various phone and internet problems at the Verizon shop. Have now been to Verizon shops in Salt Lake City, (Utah) Banner ...