And the sights just keep coming.At a certain location just two miles outside Page, the Colorado River makes a 270 degree curve, called an entrenched meander known as Horseshoe Bend. Today we're at the overlook of Horseshoe Bend.
|Wayne read all the safety precautions.|
|A small crowd was already there when we arrived. The path is about 1/2 mile each way, but the sand is deep and soft.|
The surface above Horseshoe Bend can be seen between the two dark rock ledges in the center of the picture.
|I liked these big sandstone cookies.|
|Not too close there, Wayne!|
Next morning, leaving Lexie and Ozzie at home, Wayne and I drove back to Horseshoe Bend ready to take on the half-mile, deep sand path. We took water, fresh batteries and hats. The site did not disappoint.
|As close as I'll get to the edge of Horseshoe Bend Overlook.|