Glen Canyon Navajo Bridge Patch

Historic Navajo Bridge, built by the State of Arizona, opened on January 12, 1929. The bridge was built to avoid the often difficult and dangerous Lees Ferry crossing, five miles upstream. Embroidered patch featuring a soaring California Condor.


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