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... them wander out across the roads, confident that everyone would stop for them. After our morning in the park, Neville joined us and we walked a bit of the Angel Head trail for some last views and photos, then caught the blue bus back up to where our Rv was parked. We went past the Grand Canyon railway ( the train that runs from Williams to the Grand Canyon daily) and the mule stables, where we saw a lot of mules waiting in the sun for their turn to take tourists ...
... I could cry.
So high-five me and smile for me,
Tell me that you'll root for me,
Write me like you never have before.
I'm leavin' on a jet plane
And I know when I'll be back again,
Oh amigos, I'm so happy I could roar.
There's so many times I've clowned around,
So many times I've stomped around,
I tell you now those were all good times.
Every place I go, I'll ...
... I usually made. My all time favorite, and one that I’ve taken to many states and on many trails is one I made from a saguaro cactus rib I found in the Superstition Mountains about seven years ago. But I decided to try the poles and I like them for this kind of trip. They have some drawbacks compared to a single pole, but they also have advantages over a single pole such as going uphill. So, as karma goes, the joke's on me: now I'm one ...
... drag and cause the bike to be unstable. 'Silly show-off bugger' we thought. At the bottom of this steep descent, where another wide and flat-bottomed valley greeted us, we entered an alley of parked cars with hundreds of people standing by the road holding American flags. Did this have something to do with the Harley rider? Police cars with their lights flashing were dotted about and there were many more up a road to our left. When we stopped at one of the last cars on the ...
... each that are scattered throughout the canyon. Here we took a hike into the canyon that took us down 204 steps and through the canyon, at time we passed right next to the cliff dwellings, and were able to climb through them. Others were too far away to climb into. This hike was very challenging because of the heat, altitude and the number of steps that we had to climb. It is amazing that a culture could live in the area for hundreds of years.