Gallery: Secret Canyon

Yesterday, Bill and I went for a hike with Art Peters, curator of the Hinton Historical Museum, to visit a canyon west of Hinton that Art had previously not explored. Art has been compiling information on canyons in the area for a book he is about to publish and this was an opportunity for us to enjoy a fun day of canyon hiking and for me to enjoy some great photo ops. We called the unexplored canyon a “slot canyon” because of its narrow opening, although it probably wouldn’t really qualify as a slot. Nevertheless, it was an exhilarating day and we got to walk with Art to the source of this “new” canyon, where we dubbed the spring, “Art’s Spring.”

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Published by susandragoo

As a follower of Christ, my purpose is to follow the commands Jesus said were the most important, To love the Lord your God with all your heart, mind, soul and strength and To love your neighbor as yourself. As an Oklahoma-based writer, photographer and lover of the outdoors, my purpose is to celebrate God's creation. Join me for imagery and adventure as I explore the world with camera and notebook. Contact Info: susan.dragoo@gmail.com or (405) 664-2253

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