The Dumplin Patch Bed and Breakfast
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... the way to Vegas we pulled into said place. It was like Jurassic park (the first movie) except bears and wolves instead of t-Rex and raptors. Plus you got to BYO vehicle. We saw a birds of prey show with the other 3 visitors in the park at the time. They had some pretty cool birds including a crow trained to take your dollar bill and put it in a money box for them. I have uploaded video. We got to get very close to Bears, huge buffalo/ bison and wolves. We are still ...
... had to suffice as the helicopter trips seemed too expensive and with only two days time intrusive if we wanted to do the planned walking. We found our hotel Great Western in Tusayan which has little to distinguish it aside for accommodation for those visiting the Canyon. However the accommodation in the National Park looked decidedly rustic - well what we saw - so the twenty minutes to reach the Park posed no issues. As usual we had the choice of which enormous bed in the room ...
... with a nervous twitch to amuse us. Our room was at the end of the next cabin lodge, called Powell lodge. luckily for us had the corner lookout with 3 windows seeing out canyon on 2 sides. Having a quick check out of our room, luckily a spare parking space was right by our room so Andy ran back to get the car and stated he nearly had a heart attack running at this altitude. As I stood in the space so no one else would claim, it was so tempting to go have a ...
... out in our beds. Having a Lloyd's lounge drink from our own mini bar stocks, complete with exploding bud can from the freezer compartment, which Andy enjoyed immensely my beer soaked style and scent. It's great being able to do some blog along our drive, getting it done as we go along & taking snaps along the route and not have to remember the whole days events at bedtime. Driving distance today was 124 miles. I had blog finished by 10pm, but again having problems uploading ...
The last 50 minutes to our lodgings for the night went quickly and we eventually arrived at The Red Feather Lodge a few minutes from Grand Canyon National Park.
After checking in and having a little rest we head out to the Grand Canyon Park. We paid our entry fee of $25 which covered entry for a week!!! What amazing value!! We followed the map to the first viewpoint!
I don't think we were prepared to see the view! It was breathtaking! In fact every viewpoint ...