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... was German and had little or no english. Checked to make sure the emergency brake wasn't on, but still no luck. I got behind the wheel and things worked fine. He got back behind the wheel and they locked again. I looked in and realized he had one foot on the brake and one on the gas. Got him to lift off the brake and viola.. no problem. They pulled out and moved to a different site and we moved into 23. Then, before we had even hooked up, a fellow approaches us and asks if ...
... to see the people working and running their shop and tour business; see: www.antelopeslotcanyon.com.
Antelope Canyon is a narrow 'slot' canyon on Navajo Tribal Land about 15 minute's drive north from Page, the last 3 or 4 mile on Tribal Land (where there is a carpark) and along a normally dry sandy creek bed.
There are quite a few other operators and for the tours around midday when the light in the canyon is at its best there are a lot ...
... br> By the way, we're back into the land of Mountain Standard Time. These here Arizonans apparently don't cotton to savin' no daylight. We have enough for a while anyway.
We'll head on down to the South Rim of the Grand Canyon tomorrow. We'll have a few days to explore before Lisa and her gang show up. Hopefully we'll locate some interesting trails for a day hike with them. Again, thanks for stopping by to see what we've ...
... look in a cave and then it's on to pastures, well desert canyons, new. Fast forward to dinner, and had a lovely meal and set out on our star explorations with the resident astronomy expert. Although there was an almost full moon so that made it difficult to see some of the stars, but we did make out Andromeda, a hazy fuzz of light. The moon was amazing to see through the telescope, but the highlight was a shooting ...
... seats in the back were bench style and it was lots of fun, especially when we went off road and traveled along the sand to the entrance of the canyon.
We joined the many many other tour groups as we made our way into and through the canyon, our guide was able to point out different rock formations and tell us about the origin of the name of the canyon and the sandstone that formed it.
The colors and formations in the rock were amazing and I ...
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