Grand Expedition by William Phillips
As the evening sun casts its final glow upon the background cliffs of the Grand Canyon, the entire area transforms into an outdoor cathedral, a campfire in the right foreground serving as one small candle of light.
In The Grand Expedition, William Phillips journeys to the encampment where 19th century explorer John Wesley Powell twice journeyed, once in 1869 and the second time in 1872. Using specially designed dories that called upon the finest technology of the day, Powell and his crew navigated uncharted territory that today’s finest rafters would think several times about before taking on in such tiny vessels.
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