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... At the end of the talk, after Dave had checked Liam and Katelyn's Junior Ranger books, he presented them with their Junior Ranger badges with a short ceremony where they had to promise to look after the canyon and other national parks and beautiful places back home. Whilst in the canyon we were lucky enough to see some deer, elk, squirrels, lizzards, but luckily no snakes. The elks were so quiet they were completely unaffected by people or traffic. Severals times ...
... There the Canyon is narrower and the sides much steeper - just as beautiful and we are so glad we have seen them both. The South Rim has an established town in the park and is very busy with some shops and hotels - it doesn't detract from the beauty of the Canyon though as the town is well back from the Rim. The whole place was absolutely clean and tidy and the $16 entry fee is very well spent with ...
... up by it. From here we moved onto the dam itself, transfixed by it's height and gradient. Many of the surrounding landmarks were of equal interest, with electricity pylons as far as the eye could see, with some erected at a 90 degrees angle for some unknown reason. After a quick history lesson on the dam, and an assurance from tour guides as to how important the dam was for the South West's water consumption, it was time to say goodbye to this incredible strucure and Nevada itself. ...
... admiring the view. When I told her what had happened she wasn’t best pleased. I reminded her that I was well insured and she would have been pounds in if I had went over the edge.
We left the canyon and made our way to Williams. After a short rest at the hotel we had a walk around the town which has a real flavour of Route 66. I had a couple of local beers and Pauline tried some local wine in one of the bars.
On to Kingman ...
... 15 mins later.
The scenery leading up to the North rim was pretty uninspiring, but we were entertained by a comedian who played the fiddle. He was actually very good!
It was approx midday when the train arrived at our destination, and we were given a choice of 2 routes round the rim, and free shuttle buses took passengers to where there were vantage points to ooh and aah at the spectacular vista to feast our eyes on.You ...