The canyon was about fifty yards wide and it headed under the great slope of Navajo Mountain.
Prof. climbed up eight hundred feet and had a fine view of Navajo Mountain which was now very near.
All were hung on the end of a rainbow which swung around until the end touched Navajo Mountain.
Somewhere under the great bulge of Navajo Mountain I calculated that we were coming to the edge of the plateau.
On the second day out we camped not far from the foot of Navajo Mountain.
From every point we could see the Navajo Mountain and at least we knew what there was at the foot of its majestic northern slope.