November 3 (Friday)
With a sunny forecast this was the day to visit Antelope Canyon. I suspected the sun would create some pretty cool effects on the rocks. The tight quarters and number of stairs would be challenging so Cheryl stayed at the trailer and I went to Lower Antelope Canyon for the Photography Tour at 1230. I arrived over an hour early. Forgot about the time difference from Utah to Arizona! I got the last spot on the 1230 tour so getting there early was a good thing. Gave me a chance to catch up on some texts and phone calls. Cell service has been pretty spotty. Not sure about Roam Mobility yet. I'll give it a few more weeks.
It was a great tour, lots of pictures, even had a marriage proposal in our group. (Not me!) Antelope Canyon was everything I had heard it was. By taking the Photography Tour we could bring tripods and take our time going through the Canyon. With Navajo fee it was $55 for about two and a half hours. Here's a few untouched photos to drool over.
|A young couple from California chose Antelope Canyon to get engaged!|
I stopped at a liquor store on the way home. Never got back to the trailer unto nearly 4PM AZ time. Went to Ray and Deb's and with Steve and Diane had a two hour talk about ……everything FT living is about. These folks have been at it for years and their knowledge is immensely helpful.