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... Dam, take that opportunity even if you don't have the time like we didn't. After spending forever at the Canyon we drove back to Vegas (to catch a cheap flight out to following day) via the Hoover Dam. By the time we got there the tours were closed as was the museum and gift shop, however you can still walk across the dam and experience the 115F degree heat (46 degree C) and 5% humidity weather as we did.
I don't think I can add much more than the photos do here.
... In particular Oak Creek Canyon and Slide Rock. The drive there was a bit like driving through the Grampians except the trees were Pine instead of Gum and the rocks were red and white instead of Granite. Narrow windy roads, lots to see, thankfully we were on the downhill run not the uphill. I'm not sure our super powerful Dodge would have climbed very well. Blacky thinks it has a whole 2ltres under the hood. Certainly had to ...
... beautiful and awe inspiring.
On September 19 we came to Sedona after finding a hotel that would accommodate the canine Beckers. Although we are bummed that our trip was interrupted in such an annoying and expensive way we are very grateful to be stuck in one of the most spectacular places in the world. We are in love with Sedona and will be telling and showing you a lot of it in the next week or so.
... telescope arm which was neat. Laneshia sure looked strong moving that large scope with ease!
And of course we then spent money in the gift shop before heading out. But only Laneshia and I purchased anything - Boom! another Thermos. We're gonna need a trailer for my cups! It seems Jadin is saving all his money for a trip to Game Stop, I supposed. And as for Aria… she just doesn't want to spend money at all these days. ...
... Comes to mind. Except it was beautiful and the puebloan ruins were incredible.
Inhabited 800 years ago, the pueblos were built of the local red sandstone, this time incorporating rock formations into the construction. Some built atop a flat rock (Wukoki), some using the rocks as ...