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Aujourd'hui, Bryce Canyon nous attend !
Et cette galerie à ciel ouvert se mérite. La route est longue pour
arriver jusque là bas, c'est pourquoi nous nous levons quasiment
avec le soleil. Le petit déjeuner n'est pas encore ouvert. On décide
donc de prendre la route et de s'arrêter en chemin. Pas vraiment de
quoi se restaurer en …
... off to see the dam. A very impressive structure that is only slightly shorter the the Hoover Dam. It took 3 years of continuous concrete pour to complete the dam and 17 years to fill the dam. After that we headed to Horse Shoe Bend to see where the Colorado river makes a 270 degree bend. It was a fantastic sight but the trek of 3/4 of a mile up and down a hill ...
Happy Fourth of July!! Not a bad place to spend it! Today we rented a speedboat and toured more of Lake Powell, which is gigantic. 200 miles long and 2000 miles of shoreline! Cherri again rested at the resort which was probably for the best considering the bumpy boat and hiking we did. We drove more than 40 miles to see the amazing Rainbow Bridge!! Absolutely incredible although quite a trek to get there. We took in the beautiful ...
Saturday, June 14th, was our check out day from Grand Canyon. We made the final stop at the eastern most point of the south rim, Desert View. Again the views of the canyon and the Colorado River were breathtaking. The Navajo sand paintings on the walls of the tower tell interesting stories. The artwork is colorful and so beautiful.
Saturday's drive into Lake Powell, Page, AZ took us along ...
... strenuous 14-mile hike with a Navajo guide. We chose the boat ride. This was, by far, one of the most enjoyable tours that we have taken. One stands in awe at what God has given us to enjoy. We only hope that the photos do it justice.
We know there are a lot of photos to look at this time around, but we feel that it needed to be that way in order to give a full appreciation of what we experienced.