We’re just left the Antelope canyon tour and I thought I would show you a quick photo from the campsite in Lake Powell. Lake Powell is a beautiful and scenic place although talking to some regulars that come here every year, they say there has definitely been chances in the lakes water level recently.And it’s not a good thing! Lake Powell is also where the home of the Rainbow Bridge National Monument, which you can get to by hiring any one of the number of boats down by the docks.
Unfortunately we did not have time to do the tour, and Laura and I both want to go back one day to see it!
The Lake Powell campground is pretty much right on the lake. Each campsite has a picnic table and fire pit for camping and the hookups on the other side for RV’s. We parked the can and had lunch before we went out for the Antelope Canyon tour.
Horseshoe bend was also the site of a battle back in the day, which resulted in a treaty that added the state of Alabama to the union and provided just enough fame to Andrew Jackson to get him elected as the 7th president.
TRUTH: “Everything is brought about by nature, not by anything beyond it, or within it, or apart from it.” –Marcus Aurelius.
And that was our trip to Horseshoe Bend, Up next is Monument Valley!
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