In an effort to view the entire curve I laid on my belly with the camera poised over the edge viewing 1000 feet down to the Colorado River’s Horseshoe Bend.
Navajo Mountain east of Page Arizona
With the summer temperatures increasing, the old propane refrigerator in the 5th-wheel just won’t keep up so it was time for the 128 mile ride to Page to buy a small electric fridge.
Stopped about 4 miles (6.4km) south of Page and walked a 3/4 mile (1.2 km) trail to the…
…Horseshoe Bend, truly a geologic marvel…
…with a breathtaking 1000 foot (304.8 m) drop off.
Wind, water and time carved the surrounding ancient Navajo sandstone into bizarre natural sculptures.
What a view!
The emerald-green waters below Glen Canyon Dam entice many boaters. And that cool water would have felt refreshing on this 99+ F (37 C) day.
If only I could fly.
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