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- Continental Breakfast
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... from a much talked about ice-cream shop by our coach guide and we enjoyed them, with the best view in the world!
We then did a bit more exploring, we made our way to Kolb Studio, a building set right on the edge of the rim of the Canyon. It had been built in 1904 and it was the home, photographic studio and lab of a pair of Grand Canyon pioneers, brothers Emery and Ellsworth Kolb. The two of them secured a prominent place in Grand Canyon history in 1912, ...
... galleries and it really is beautiful and well done.
There were also many motorcycles on this road. Some were just returning from Sturgis, but there were a few foreign tour groups. Mostly French (I couldn't tell if from France or Quebec), Australian, and we even saw a group from Norway. You can tell they are tour groups riding rented Harleys, because even though all are different, they all have quiet, ...
... br> I wonder what we will happen tomorrow....
Ps Filet Mignon, cod with a crab sauce, Chicken (make your own from many meats and veggies) pasta alfredo-made to order, pork tenderloin with sherry. This was an upscale buffet and delicious. Plus there was a wonderful singer who relaxed us with songs from James Taylor, light beatles-traveling man-brown eyed girl.
... continued to Williams. This is the jumping off point for the Grand Canyon. As we climbed to over 6,700-ft elevation, we watched the mercury drop from 71 to 55-degrees. Our destination this evening, Williams, is a charming town of 3,000 nestled at the foot of Bill Williams Mountain in one of the largest ponderosa pine forests in the world, the Kaibab National ...
... and we would hike to our final destination of the trail, Beaver Falls.
I did not think that climbing down Mooney Falls would be easy, nor very difficult, but it was harder then I expected. The beginning was a steep trail leading downwards, with a few tunnels dug in the travetine. After the last tunnel, it started to get really challenging. There was a chain attached to the rock, and few foot holes so we could descend. After we ...