The Conifer House
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... pouring rain! On the drive from Vegas to Flagstaff I stopped off at the Hoover Dam to walk across and take some photos. It is scary how low the water level of Lake Mead is! You can see where the water level has previously been around the edge of the lake, and the water only comes about two thirds of the way up the dam. I spent ...
... check out the scene. Meanwhile it is getting darker outside. While on hold, Sraddha got the brilliant idea. "let's put down the leveling jacks which should raise up the wheels so we put rocks underneath! BRILLIANT, I exclaim (see I do have more exclamations). We put our orange blocks under neath the jacks and proceed to raise them. We set the emergency brake and automatically down goes all 4 jacks, first to get a solid 4 point footing, then, when all 4 jacks ...
... that state boundaries should be based on watersheds to avoid water disputes between states. If this had been the extent of Powell's achievements he would remain an important figure in the opening of the newly acquired West. But for Powell this was only the beginning.
He turned his attention to Washington, proved himself an able political operator and was appointed the second director of the US Geological Survey, a post he held until 1894. He was also the ...
... it looks like a big rectangular bike with about 12 people peddling (2 rows of 6). When you take a closer look you see that the peddling of the passengers actually does nothing (but give them a workout) and all the "work" is done by the driver. The music blasts from the bike and all on board are in good drunken spirits.
While it wasn't quite the old school Route 66 neon lights I was expecting it was still a cool stop in America that we otherwise would have missed.
... Art Studio that's built right into the side of the rock. The studio was designed by Mary Colter, an architect who also designed the Watchtower at Desert View. Both buildings are meant to represent the art forms and architectural orientations of the native people who have lived in the Canyon for 12000 years, early Pueblo Indians that are the decendants of many other contemporary tribes such as the Hopi and Havasu. Our walk, just a mere 1.5 miles down into the Canyon ...