"The Ghosts of Dandy Crossing, Katie Lee's newest book, takes place at one of the famous places that was drowned by Lake Powell, and at its heart is a love story between characters whose lives would irrevocably change. The book is a triple love story: the affair between Katie and the cowboy/miner; the characters that lived in Dandy Crossing before the river rose to drown it; and, the love of the beauty of Glen Canyon that would soon be drowned."
By Katie Lee
Katie Lee has masterfully updated 'All My Rivers Are Gone' with new pictures and an index allowing easy navigation to the many stories contained in the pages of this remarkable book. Additionally, she has written an entirely new Afterward -- looking back at Glen Canyon's past and forward to it's future.
"Katie Lee is a joyful raconteur, a woman with grit, grace and humor. She is not afraid to laugh and tease, cajole and flirt, cuss, rant, howl, sing and cry. Katie Lee is the desert’s lover, her voice is a torch in the wilderness."
- Terry Tempest Williams
June 9th - 12th
2018 San Juan River Trip, June 9th - 12th
GCI is proud to partner with Holiday River Expeditions for a special trip down the San Juan River to benefit Glen Canyon Institute. We will be joined by renowned author and environmentalist Chip Ward and GCI board member and author Wade Graham. This four-day expedition into the lower stretch of the San Juan River finishes at Clay Hills—above its confluence with the Colorado River—offering some of the most scenic beauty in the entire Colorado Plateau as well as a firsthand glimpse at the San Juan’s restoration as it enters Glen Canyon.
Register now! The earlybird price is $999 per person.