There is only one way into the canyon by motor vehicle which is just minutes from the visitor center. The Jeep ride was scheduled for three hours, but if you want more time you can pay for more and they will make it a "custom" tour.
At this point I have seen so much and learned so much, it is all getting fuzzy so I am having a hard time remembering the names of dwellings, rocks etc. Daniel had a name for almost every large rock and was very knowledgeable.
The Jeep ride normally goes by the White House, and we told him we had already hiked there, so he took us up a different arm of the canyon, I think Antelope Canyon and we also stopped at Kathryns place. Kathryn farms, raises goats and sheep for wool, and makes beautiful weavings. I forgot to take pictures of her weavings, but if I ever go backto the Canyon I will definitely look her up and purchase one of her beautiful rugs to hang on the wall. They are too beautiful to put on the floor.
I sat in the front seat of the Jeep on the way out and traded with Sandi and sat in the back seat on the way back. We went through lots of water.
Lots of mud:
So, the Jeep ride ended all too soon, and I headed back to camp, hitched up and headed out again. (Can't let any grass grow under these feet). The rest of the day will be spent heading for the Painted Desert and Petrified National Forest so stay tuned.