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Glen Canyon Bridge

Bridge next to Glen Canyon Dam
Lake Powell in Arizona and Utah

September 29th 2005
After camping for two days near Grand Canyon’s North Rim, we headed northeast toward Lake Powell, which straddles Arizona and Utah. We stopped to view the Navajo Bridge which crosses Marble Canyon. The bridge was originally built in the early 1900s and is now for pedestrians only (too narrow for today’s traffic). During construction, workmen dangled from ropes to prepare the canyon walls. ... read more
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