There are plenty of outcrops surrounded by small side canyons, and this makes for interesting explorations, and puzzles of how to get "there" from "here". It's almost never a straight line, and doing it in any line without a lot of elevation changes requires lots of walking and directional decision-making.
During the day, we ran the radio and computer on and off from the SUV. We didn't think to check the battery for proper water level and sure enough it went flat. We had a plan to boost it from our other batteries on hand, but a very friendly bunch gave us a boost before heading over and setting up camp by "Ayer's Rock".
Surveying our campsite
Later in the day, the cameras came out for Golden Hour. Here are a few from that photoshoot.
Thousands of feet over the edge
Tomorrow the plan was to do the bike hike down the Lava Falls Trail to the Colorado, so it was time for a great meal of salmon cooked over the fire, and then into the tents under a full moon