We had company on our last trip to Utah from Arizona. Granddaughter Heather and two young women from our ward or church congregation joined us.
We were on the road by six, stopped in Flagstaff for breakfast, and after our drive across the Navajo Reservation stopped at Navajo Bridge.
The Colorado River water was a beautiful emerald green. This marks the beginning of the Grand Canyon
I tried the zoom button on my new camera and got this "reflective" shot from upriver.
This bridge was finished in 1928 and served auto traffic for years until the new bridge in the background was built.
The old bridge now provides a great spot for a quick walk and break from the car. On this trip Glen is learning that girls talk - a lot.
Just up the road a bit, were balancing rocks which apparently needed help. Next stop was Jacob's Lake for cookies then we were off to Zion's Park, part 2, coming tomorrow.