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... that the waterfalls leading into the pool were nowhere near their potential. However we were still able to follow the trail along behind the pool, getting a lot less wet than if the falls were at capacity. Here we pitched up for lunch, with a cooling spray from the falls, overlooking the magnificent pool (The pictures will do a far better job of showing our route up and the falls than the terrible description above). From here we took the Kayenta Trail with the aim of ...
We couldn't believe it when we walked up the east running drag as it got dark. The street was brightly lit (not tacky LV lit, but cool Americana lit) by the signs of cafes, shops, ice cream parlours and restaurants; it was completely buzzing. Old petrol stations and tyre shops had been re-tasked as restaurants and gift shops.
Erin convinced me (against by better judgement) to go on the "R66 Zip line", where we ...
... on our travels.
We visited an old museum dedicated to the men who surveyed the Canyon many moons ago. We were shown very old footage of how these intrepid men carried their equipment down the Colorado, in flat boats One scene showed them trying to persuade a mule into the water. It sure illustrates "stubborn as a mule". They needed the mule on the other side to continue the surveying! The inevitable gift shop, but I got Paul ...
... on our drive was amazing rocky outcrops bounded by lush farmland and forrest and our first glimpses of what we think is snow caps in the distance. Arrived at San Juan Hotel and cabins. Had dinner across the road not so impressive Asian Restuarant and then had a spa...aka 'hot tub' before retiring. San Juan a great budget hotel although had a soft roll into the middle ...
... s off. But at least a few of us got a great glimpse! How's that for being in the right place at the right time!
As we were walking back from the Village to our Hotel, we had to pass by a herd of both mule deer and elk that were blocking our path. We waited for awhile, and finally felt safe enough to pass by them without incident. The kids are used to Elk being that they live in the Foothills south of Denver, but these are big animals! I was a ...
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