One of the first things we saw this morning was Kirsten and Duffy standing on their hands.
I didn’t catch a photo of Kirsten when she was actually walking on her hands. Amazing.
Of course we had another bag line and Ken photographed us. By now we were counting down how many more of these we had.
It hasn’t warmed up very much yet but we were in our first rapid.
Sue was teaching us. I think she was talking about what she said was the unconformity. I think I amazingly remember the word she said, but I cannot explain it other than there are gaps in the intervals of time spans that are represented in our knowledge.
Yep, we were getting wet in the rapids.
Even when the walls of the Canyon are not really colorful, I loved photographing them.
Duffy is certainly getting everybody very wet.
It would have been amazing to have been there when these rocks tumbled down.
I loved the water flowing over these rocks.
More beautiful moments.
Mija was such a jokester.
There is a little kayak in this photo. It amazes me that it makes it through the larger rapids
I could never do that.
I will likely never be in the canyon again so all these photos will be in my blog to bring back these beautiful, serene moments.
It was a real treat to see these bighorn sheep on the shore in the distance.
Audrey and Sue are having a good time today.
We are on another walk up a slot canyon. Of course I had to do my favorite thing – take many photos.
This was clearly one of my favorite places. I loved the rocks and wish I could have taken a few home with me but I had to settle for photos.
I asked JJ to stand under opening in the rock so I could take a photo showing the size.
This was another place where I could have stayed for hours.
It was nap time for Ann and Sue.
We docked at Cove (Mile 173). We made about 37 river miles today.
We celebrated Linda’s and Mike’s birthdays at dinner tonight.
Duffy sure makes a great cake.
This was definitely a good day on the river and walking around in the canyon..
June 22, 2019 at 1:06 pm
Great photos and memories. When I went down the canyon 30 years ago in July it was really hot. You folks looked a little cool. Thanks for sharing.