(Copyright Mel Steinhauer all rights reserved) There are many scenic overlooks at the South Rim of the Grand Canyon and each one provides unique opportunities for a different point of view. At the eastern end is located the Desert Point overlook, featuring a 70 foot watchtower built in 1932 in a design that resembles ancient Anasazi structures found not far away. Built of weathered stones carefully placed around a steel frame, that structure still stands today and is a popular tourist attraction. A few feet away from that tower, I discovered the remains of an early native American structure and these beautiful ... Canyon Rocks.
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October 31st, 2009
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