San Juan River Reserves

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Skibum

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Navajo Reservoir photos taken last Thursday on a trip back from Phoenix. Taken on the N end of the lake looking SE. It’s nice to see water backing up on the north end compared to where it was in February. Unfortunately I didn’t take any pictures that trip. The San Juan’s and Collegiates were getting dumped on with heavy snow...unfortunately some gets shared with the Rio Grande.

I also took a short video going over Canyon de Chelly. I’ll try to edit it to be uploaded.It’s a designated National Monument about 60 miles SE of Kayenta, AZ. It has been a bucket list place of mine for a long time.C23EE338-C3D4-4F24-BAF3-8B2A17977453.jpegD5CE94A7-70B4-495C-9114-33030649DBA2.jpeg
 
Thanks for the commentary, Skibum, and the aerial views...rising levels are definitely a bit better.
 
Canyon de Chelly is a beautiful and fun visit. The tours are guided by local Navajos. You actually Jeep tour Canyon de Muerto, the northern canyon and you walk over to view The Whitehouse near the parking area. A road borders the south rim of Canyon de Chelly with about 10 overlooks. Be sure to take good binos or a sighting scope to see the many ruins and rock formations in the canyon. The only problem is that the monument is not on the way to anything, just a single destination. We stayed in local rv park.
 
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