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Antelope Canyon, AZ – 1988 and 2002

The erosional rock sculptures found in Upper Antelope Canyon are, probably, the most photogenic in the world. Upper and Lower Antelope Canyon are located on the Navajo Reservation, close to Page AZ. Page is the city that came into being as … Continue reading

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Peru, the Rio Marañon. Day 24, 10/22/15

This was a short day, with time to visit a series of pools above camp. Tomorrow we would arrive at Puerto Malleta, as the Grand Canyon of the Rio Marañon ended: https://believesteve.org/2015/12/31/peru-the-rio-maranon-day-25-102315/

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Peru, the Rio Marañon. Days 14 – 15, 10/12 – 13/15

We had no whitewater on Day 14 but grand scenery, as always. The canyon narrowed again, with walls of folded limestone. A lay-over means you stay at a camp for more than one night. For my part, I lay around for two days … Continue reading

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The Colorado River in the Grand Canyon – 122 Mile Rapid to Randy’s Rock, Miles 122 – 126

In August of last year (2014), I began a series of posts on running the Colorado River in the Grand Canyon. That series temporarily ended with the area surrounding Blacktail Canyon, Miles 117 – 121: (https://believesteve.wordpress.com/2014/12/09/the-colorado-river-in-the-grand-canyon-blacktail-canyon-mile-117-121/). Now I begin again, … Continue reading

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