I was driving a large loop from Grand Junction, Colorado and aiming for Bryce Canyon in Utah. At some point, I ran out of time because views of the Colorado River stopped me over and over. It’s hard to think of this section of river as connected to the dynamic white water that crashes through the Grand Canyon. In the Glen Canyon region, the mighty river moseys as it carves a winding path through the barren terrain. Slowly, surely, the river chipped away the softer soil and chiseled the rock to create a place of stunning beauty, a wide world that could be born no other way. And the process continues, the tension between the earth and all that it was and the river – just as with life – steadily revealing what lies deeper within and what can be.
Sandra Gould Ford
WORTH A LOOK
A BEAUTIFUL FILM – 2-minute intro