Well my legs have recovered enough that we decided to go for yet another hike, this time into a canyon and along a perennial stream to the back of a canyon. The trail crossed the stream six times, which was great for Laia allowing her little feet to cool off and there were rocks strategically placed for human feet. It was about 2 miles to the back of the canyon where it dead ends at Morning Glory Natural Bridge, which is the 6th largest natural bridge in the United States.
It was lovely and cool back there, with water seeping out of a crack in the rock to form a pool of water for the various dogs to drink. While we where there having a snack, a large heavy backpack thrown from above suddenly landed very near a woman who was also enjoying her snack. Then a rope fell over the side of the bridge above us and rappellers started coming down. Damn, there are people dropping out of the sky everywhere around here.