Green Gate Village Historic Inn
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... apps back, but I would lose all the photos and videos of our helicopter trip to the grand canyon! So whilst the girls dived into Hollisters for more shopping in the sale there I spent the next 1.5 hours trying to dump my Grand Canyon photos and videos into dropbox before I did the erase and restore. I was semi sucessful but couldn't finish everything before it was time to go. Anyway ...
... was there! Arrived at the Death Valley Inn Beatty early afternoon sorted our Yosemite accommodation dilemma and had a swim and short walk to sus out dinner. Ate at a diner in the main part of town and walked home to our hotel in the warm balmy night air.....very ...
... Stories say that he was a nuisance to the local inhabitants including possibly a murderer. On numerous occasions, he would use this canyon to hide and escape from pursuers. Eventually Little Mouse's luck ran out though. According to the story, in July of 1897 he was caught by a posse at nearby Muddy River. He was surrounded but refused to surrender and subsequently shot. Sounds like it wasn't a good day to be a mouse that day.
The red rocks and the eerie ...
... increase our altitude. My breathing was great. And where Re all the cattle and elk we keep seeing the warning sings for.
Don't have coverage so tcan't say what the temp is right now bit it's dropping. Just went thru an open field and the wind gust was tremendous. David navigated us thru it...pray their aren't anyone.
I went from dressing in warm clothes to sort sleeves to back to warm clothes as we try
Made it to ...
... get more beautiful. My biggest complaint is I wish you could see what my eyes are seeing and not what my camera lens is seeing. Today we drove up to Kalob Mountain via Kalob Terrace Road that runs up the west side of Zion NP. The road was about 30-35 miles, paved, and dead ends at Kalob Reservoir. After you reach the top of the Mesa it is unlike any we have seen. Big evergreen trees, wide open ...