The Dumplin Patch Bed and Breakfast
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... Kaibab trail. But we LOVE it for the rough terrain and slight difficulty. And best of all, very few crowds, at least if one starts early in the day. We did, encounter a lot of hikers on the way up when we were close to the trailhead. Thou don't think most of the late hikers would be able to go as far as we do. Always budget 1.5 times as long hiking up as hiking down, and bring enough water.
Almost were going to ...
... they are all over the place (pretty cool).....so that was our trip in a nut shell.....best time to visit Phoenix is this time of year when the temp is about 70 - 80 degrees, not the 110 degree temp in the summer.....well next trip is VEGAS BABY!!!!!!! that is next month.......we have room, come on down.....until next time CYA down the ...
... and expensive to boot. The temperature had dropped quite a bit with the sun setting, having covered the whole town, we returned to our motel to get our luggage out and make home for the night. After a lovely soak in the bath, got ready to return to Cruisers for our tea. By 7.30pm it was already dark when we left and strolled down the Main Street /66. My camera memory disk was now full, importantly checking at Safeway to see if they had a memory disk for the camera, which ...
<ul><li> Arrived here pretty late its $25 to get my camper in and my salad was not enough I'm starving.</li><li>The park's store is closed.</li><li>Luckily I met this man by the name of Phil he fed me for the night and told me he will give me special tour in the morning.</li><li> Phil was a very happy man considering what had happened to him. He lost his wife and ...
We couldn't believe it when we walked up the east running drag as it got dark. The street was brightly lit (not tacky LV lit, but cool Americana lit) by the signs of cafes, shops, ice cream parlours and restaurants; it was completely buzzing. Old petrol stations and tyre shops had been re-tasked as restaurants and gift shops.
Erin convinced me (against by better judgement) to go on the "R66 Zip line", where we ...