I want to thank our lovely family and friends for all your great comments. I appreciate all input. If you ever have any questions I will certainly do my best to answer them.
We stayed in the little town of Kanab ( A whopping 43 miles east of Zion) for a couple of days to get caught up on inside cleaning and laundry. We also managed a nice little hike into a sandstone slot canyon. These are the kind of slots we like rather than the casino type. A lot cheaper too!
We wanted to hike a slot canyon called “The Wave”. It was on a lottery system that Dean signed up for two days in a row. Only 10 numbers are picked each day out of 40 to 50. No luck but we found another very nice canyon to explore.
Dax sent me this picture from one of his trips to Zion. I always thought how cool it looked. The next picture is a mom interpretation. Not so cool but hey I am a geezerette.
Our next stop was Page, Arizona, just across the Utah border. These pictures are of Glen Canyon Dam. The red rock and blue water of the Colorado River are a really pretty contrast.
We walked along the edge of the cliff. It was a 1000 ft drop off. Years ago I would have stood a lot closer to the edge but caution is finally catching up with me. I asked Dean to look like a professional climber and I think he did a pretty good job.
Moving on tomorrow…….
We just had a lovely visit with Dax and Olivia! It was so sweet of them to spend time with us. Y’all did such a good job with those boys!
Enjoying the blog…..beautiful scenery and photos. Dean….love the new doo!
those pics are fantastic!
We’re enjoying your exploits so much. Hope to see some of the same sights one day!
Really enjoy all the sights and your happy faces,,,,,,,,hope to see you some time!
WOW Rose, amazing pictures, keep them coming. Have been to Wales in caravan for Easter break. Hope you and Dean had a nice Easter and not too many eggs!!!!!!! Will FaceTime soon
promise. xxxx Gina
Stunning photos, Rose! Dean needs a haircut… but you both look as wonderful as the landscape!
You are on a great adventure! The colors of the rocks are beautiful. We had dinner with Dax and Olivia – what a great pair. Keep on sending those pictures!