Grand Canyon Bed and Breakfast
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... br> We finalised the purchase around 10.30am on Wednesday 29th October, then it was a quick trip of 6 miles down the road to the good old local Walmart Store for some supplies. We were lucky that the RV already had a heap of goodies left in it. We just needed to get some food, a few other items to make life easier on the road. This took around two hours (not my idea of a few items), but then again it was Walmart and Margaret ...
... 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 ...
... of Hopi Indians performing . By the end of the day I was OK to get a bit closer, I sort of got used to the view I suppose.
The train journey back had more musical entertainment and culminated in a "hold up" by the Cataract Creek Gang who had provided the pre-train entertainment in the morning. Galloping alongside the train they somehow got it to stop (the driver was in on the tips I think). They boarded the train and ...
... the street was a quilt shop! So we went inside and talked with the lady there. I thought, "In such a small town she must not get much business." Turns out, quilters like to visit new quilt shops when they travel, so she'd had customers from 14 different countries the week before. That was a fun stop for me.
Back to the motel and a good night's sleep before our adventure for tomorrow - The Grand Canyon!
... to turn into the lunch spot. She banged up her arm and leg and bike and that just made me the saddest girl in the world. She was in good spirits when we pulled in, but I'm sad knowing she's sad and injured. Hopefully in just a couple of days she'll be back on her bike, but if you could cross your fingers and say your prayers that'd be really great. Lunch was at Bedrock, at least I think that's what it's called. It's apparently the place where the Flinstones lived ...