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... dry. After hiking for 5 minutes after the first river crossing, we had to take off our shoes and cross another river, but this time we had to go into the river. We spent a lot of time drying ourselves off on the other side, and even more time, because it was sunny and warm.
We started hiking again, and came to a valley of wild grapes. Dan told us that last time he went there, he saw many Bighorn Sheep. We didn't see any sheep, but we saw a ...
All stocked up we decided we would head to Williams Arizona, it was about a five hour drive. Setting off seemed a little odd at first but I soon got used to the new wheels and was in a relaxed frame of mind as we set sail east.
It is a spectacular drive, first of all you come to Lake Mead and the Hoover Dam. Lake Mead is a very popular place for those interested in boating and water activities.
It was formed ...
... town, clinging to the fact that it was the last town bypassed by I-40, and it is on Route 66. Jack loved this because of his love of the movie Cars. We had to get pictures of the sign. How touristy. We got a room from Priceline for super cheap, and we looked at our time in Williams as just a stopover until Sedona. It was our first hotel that we stayed in that had animal heads on the wall in the lobby. However, while ...
... headed back to Williams for our final night in Arizona.
Highlights of the Canyons:
- Thunderstorms in every national park we visited (apart from Death Valley, but that really is unheard of, it 2mm of rain per year..)
- Seeing the worst parking in the world; diagonally abandoned over two spaces, despite having a small car.
- The number of geographical landforms - heaven for Abbie and her camera.
- Staying on Route 66 in Williams.
- Our gradual decline in ...
We got up early as planned and got down to Williams train (rail-road) station. This was a fantastic place and just as you'd expect in any wild west movie, platform at the same level as the track. Erin waited on the platform while I got tickets to the Grand Canyon. As I waited in the queue "an imposin' cow poke strutted around a - greetin' folk". Looked like we were in for a bit of a show too.
As I got our tickets he grabbed a ...