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... bats. I learned that bats are not birds. They are mammals. I also learned that he biggest bat has a wingspan of 6 ft. There are 21 different types of bats in the Grand Canyon. Ranger Marcus had an anabat. This is a tool that allows humans to hear bat sounds which are high squeaking noises that can't be heard by humans. After the program we went back to the campsite and had s'mores. After the s'mores we went to bed. This was a fun ...
... in the desert are a myriad of colors due to erosion. The layers contained siltstone, mudstone, shale, and limestone and the rocks are just layers of colors and so amazing looking.
There were also The teepees, which were huge cliffs that had layers of black and purple and it was nothing like I had ever seen.
And Blue Mesa, which are more cliffs and rocks covered in Petrified wood, and when you look from the viewpoints, you can see all sorts of dried ...
... lifting off again and tilting towards the Canyon walls. Mum’s face lit up with a great big smile again. Barry was sweating and wishing he was back at the casino!
We took a slightly different route out of the Canyon, but still with a bit of colourful flying between the Canyon walls – what a ride!
It was another 45 minutes of flying back to Vegas. This time we ...
Our morning started out rainy with dark clouds hugging the mountains, and intermittent fog as we left Page, Arizona. We saw more red rock mountains and started to see a heavier concentration of trees. Jim maneuvered down a steep windy road through very thick fog to the
town of Bitter Springs; suddenly, the sun was shining and we could see clouds hanging below the mountaintops. As we ...
... As we stood in awe, I decided a shower was in order so I jumped under the fall. It was great!! I called for Jim to join me. After kissing me with the rushing water beating on our heads, every other couple posed for kisses under the water. It was really fun.
We went back into the grotto to have a competition. Parker & Daley, our teenage rafters, chose teams made up of 4 players each. The object of the game was to see who could make the ...