I went to breakfast at 6:30 am, thinking of occupying a restaurant to myself; but I was wrong…the line was already long….many guests are early risers….Ooops.
It took us over two hours to reach there….
We had a lunch at Goulding’s Lodge where the movie, She Wore a Yellow Ribbon, was filmed by Director John Ford.
Captain Brittle’s headquarters is still there; today, it became a museum.
According to the museum, many movies are taken here.
These are some examples.
It’s nice and healthy because this is a vegetarian dish: fresh salad, cooked beans on a fried dough.
It was nice!
We can have take a best view of these iconic symbols at the parking area.
The monument on the left and right are a pair of mitten.
I forgot what our guide said about the right square one…? Could it be a cake?
Elephant on the left and sleeping Snoopy on the right.
It does look like a submarine with its hatch!
Humans are so small in front of nature!
The place is dry as you can easily imagine from these pictures; Navajo people played for precious rain here.
It’s hot but recommended to get close to these amazing rocks that are beautifully sculptured by the nature.
Please Google and check the scene to find out why I’m running.
There is another breath taking place.
Colorado River bends like a hourseshoe.
This scenic view is preserved by Glen Canyon Dam; the dam controls water to stop further erosion.