The Narrows isn't an actual trail, it's the riverbed. So to hike it, we waded through the river. Occasionally there was a bit of rocky land on one side or another, but mostly it was through the water.
The river bed took us between towering cliffs of unbelievable beauty.
I don't know how to describe this, other than to say I had as much fun on this hike as I have every had.
And then, because that wasn't enough for one day, we drove to the Moqui Cave, just outside of Kanab. It used to be owned by Garth Chamberlain, and is now run by his grandchildren. Garth had an interesting life. According to the young lady running the shop, Garth's father had six wives when he moved to Utah. As the territory became a state, Thomas faced the choice of leaving or facing the law. He decided to stay and paid $100 and one year in jail for each wife (him, not the wife), then settled down with a huge family - something like 20 sons and 20 daughters. Garth was one of the younger ones. He graduated from Brigham Young University and played for the Pittsburg Steelers in in 1942, and he liked to travel. He traveled during a time when, if you found something cool, you just took it, without worrying about it's historic value or country of origin. So he had a lot of very old Mayan artifacts.
Eventually he bought the cave, used it as a tavern for awhile, and now it holds his many collections. What interested me, though, was his collection of dinosaur tracks. Very cool!
One more stop before going home - to the grocery store for some sunburn gel, and more factor 50 sunscreen.