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... with a bit of rain this afternoon, but it really amounted to naught. The sunset was obscured by heavy cloudy covers, so we had no opportunity for any good pictures. We still have another day and night before we move on, so the chances are still good.
To be continued...
And then the rains came...topped off with Donner und Blitzen, or thunder and lightning for those non-German speakers among us. It started somewhere around ...
... we are surprised at how busy these places are) do seem to be American, I haven't heard many Aussie accents around. I bumped into a few others from my group on the way back as they were starting. Along the riverside walk there were heaps of very tame squirrels, they were almost getting under people's feet and some people were patting them but there are lots of warnings not to feed or touch them as they can bite and carry rabies. I was feeling tired and getting ...
... The river is thick chocolatey mud (a storm
upriver over night maybe?), a big change from yesterday. We plan to
rest up a bit and let the heat cool down before tackling this river
further up in the park, a wading hike through The Narrows that we
have done twice before. No showers at this campground, looks like it
will be a muddy mess around here tonight.
A thunderstorm in the afternoon
changed our Narrows plans as we did not want to ...
... was so tired from such a crazy day. We left the dining room and found even more deer in the front yard. Mac turned on his phone’s flashlight to see them better, but we didn’t approach them. It was hard to pull the kids away from these gentle creatures, but we needed to get to our room for a good night’s sleep.
Tomorrow: North Rim of the Grand Canyon, and trying to find a place to have our windshield ...
Saturday June 21, 2014
Our destination today was the North Rim of the Grand Canyon, which took us south on US 89A and AZ 67 to the park entrance. Traveling over 89A was through a desert environment of sand and sagebrush but as we moved higher in elevation the shrubbery turned into Pinion Pine and Utah Juniper and eventually higher up into lush forests of Ponderosa Pine and Aspen. ...