Glen Canyon Lodge
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... a hill as an added thrill. The guide (who must have been all of 22) put it in low and was able to eventually dig us out...just like snow going up Woodlawn Ridge!!! We were covered in fine red sand when we stopped. Dave, our guide, gave us the rules for our hike and we set off for about a 20 minute hike. In the sun, it felt more like an hour. We saw some cotton tailed bunnies and goats on the butte, but not much else. It is very easy ...
... ABS and the master cylinder was broken. What a scary thought had it happened in these hills with the trailer on. What a strange time to happen. So now we are stuck in Page and just hoping they can get it fixed by the morning. They have the parts on the way, but it is 50/50 if they will make it tomorrow. The plan is I will head out in the AM. If the parts do not come in I will come back and pick up Paul's RV to take to Bryce NP. Check in tomorrow to see what ...
... and you can still get really cool pics. As we get to the end of the canyon the sun has come out to play. Bill gets us through the canyon to the two front sections so we can take pics of the light shafts coming into the canyon. As we get there we see some of the tour guides throwing sand in the light shafts to emphasise the light beams. We set up our tripods and patiently wait for the crowds to thin out so we can take some shots without the people ruining our ...
... a huge tourist attraction with something like 5 or 6 Navajo guide companies offering tours there. There are so many people in the canyon, it makes it nearly impossible to take a picture without someone getting in your shot, or tripping over your tripod. The lower Antelope Canyon is literally "downstream" from the Upper Canyon, but for some reason is much less visited.
We chose to visit the lower canyon today. From what I had read ...
... ready to float gently down the river.
Glen Canyon/Lake Powell facts
Lake Powell is behind the dam. During severe Spring floods one year, the dam had to be extended upwards with plywood sheets, making it 16 foot taller at that time than the Hoover Dam. It is also much wider than Hoover Dam. During the flood the sluices had to be opened and water shot out 300 feet, eroding the sides of the dam. Apparently the dam was nearly lost at that time ...
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