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... all the time we wanted, just to stand and take it in. We had lunch back down the hill still with great views around us. It was then time to get the bus back down for the tour bus home. It was a fast day as the tour aims to get you back early so you can do something at night. We unfortunately had another early start so couldn't have a busy night. We said goodbye to our Welsh friends, had dinner, used our coupon for free drinks and played our last bets. Once the money was done we went to ...
... but we eventually understood when we followed people’s camera lenses to the bushes and the enormous male elk therein! We took a couple of shots and then our attention turned back to food.
The first shop in town when approaching from the canyon is called ‘We Cook Pizza And Pasta’, a shamefully uninspired but endearingly literal name for a restaurant that indeed cooks pizza and pasta. And, my word, they cook some good pizza! Not ...
... layers, showing a good landscape and also showing the geographical history of the area. One of the biggest layers is known as the 'supergroups' - this is where faulting took place, as well as where you can find the oldest fossils. The river cuts one mile deep into the canyon, and it looks very calm, however, it has some of the worlds most dangerous white water rapids. Hance rapids are some of the mos dangerous because it has many hidden ...
... conversation in the car right now: S – "If I find a dead snake can I bring it back home?". A – "No, it'll stink!" And now A is giving a lesson on how to skin a snake. I told Shaya that when Houdini dies I want a pair of snake skin shoes from her skin.
We also started reading the book "Al Capone does my shirts" by Gennifer Choldenko. Thank you Sami for the recommendation. The kids are being troopers about it.
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... south rim. You cannot get much closer to the Grand Canyon rim then where our room was located. It was midnight dark when we arrived but the timing of a full moon was perfect - the brightness allowed me to faintly view the distant canyon wall from our balcony.
The clear sky was filled with stars and I witnessed the most amazing site: Along with full moon right about the Canyon was the most recognizable constellation in the sky: the Big Dipper, and ...
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