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... extra hour time change this morning. Traveling is tiring. LOL We also have crossed into the western side of the country where it is a "dry heat", but as Dana says, It isn't a dry heat if you are sweating to death. LOL It is nice to have our windows open for a bit of a cool breeze.
We have to go catch the train, I am not sure who is more excited...the girls or I.
I wonder what we will see today?
... the campsite, Carlos, our mule wrangler, arrived. Dan moved all of camping gear to our campsite, and he set up our tents, and started making dinner. Our dinner was chicken fajitas, and it was very good.
We woke up today and Dan was making us English muffins, sausage patties, and eggs. After breakfast, we walked down to Mooney falls. Mooney falls was named after Mooney who was a sailor who slipped off Mooney falls. When we ...
... what it would be like at sunrise or sunset. My parents visited the canyon several years ago, but they couldn't see anything because of fog. We were thankful for such a beautiful day. The weather has been spectacular so far. We did, however, get some rain this evening. We all laughed - what was this stuff coming from the sky? We haven't seen any for weeks.
We left the canyon and drove to Williams, AZ. Williams is ...
... that yet another thunderstorm was approaching.. As the sunset created a majestic glow over the canyon and emersed it in colour, the spectacle was complete by the raging storm occurring right next to it. After the sun disappeared all too quickly, it was time to say goodbye for today and, after the bus dropped us in a completely dark carpark with no directions, we eventually made it back to Williams. After our plans of popping down to the canyon floor and back up in half a day ...
... under the weather since we left. Hiking was out of the question, and while the Grand Canyon is awe inspiring, it just made me want to climb down to the bottom, and hike back up. I could spend a month right there. Sounds cool huh. Instead we played a game called, "How many people will call my Boston Terrier a Pug?" It's about 50%. Nobody ever guesses anything else, even though Frenchies are a good guess. Probably anyone who knows ...