After we left the Grand Canyon, we traveled to Page, Arizona, to see a few things in the area. Ever since my daughter, Lauren, went to Antelope Canyon, this was something I wanted to do. Unfortunately, I waited too long to make a reservation and could only get space for myself. Steve was actually not all the disappointed to miss it, so he hung out at the hotel until I got back. When I arrived at Dixie’s Lower Antelope Canyon Tours I was assigned to a tour group with Carson, a young Navajo Indian. He was very informative about the canyon, and also Navajo Indian beliefs, which really added to the experience. He also showed us what setting on our phones to use to get the best pictures, AND took each of our phones four times during the tour to either take a picture of each member of the group, OR, take a picture for using our phones of unique that you can see if the canyon formations. Below, you will see a picture of the “Rocky Mountain Sunrise”, “Lady in the Wind”, and a seahorse. We went in one end of the canyon, and came out on the other. The last picture is what the canyon looks like from above ground. You can barely see it and if you were not looking where you were going, you could easily fall in!

Stay tuned for my next post on Zion National Park!

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Karen is a retired software developer, now exploring our beautiful country with her husband, Steve.

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