Blake Ranch RV Park
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We left Flagstaff a day early as the temperature was too cold especially with the 20 mph wind. We are heading west to Kingman which is where we will end the first day of the Route 66 fun rally. The landscape is changing once again, gone are the Pines and back is the barren land with mountains. We would go up a set of mountains and then come down. …
... also fondly known as the" Big Boy ", for those who have extra time to say things. Editor's note: Newt informed me that is not a Big Boy. I should not be spreading such untrain knowledge.
We finished our Kingman experience with a bite to eat at Mr D's Diner. Just remember it's not a restaurant if it doesn't have a gift shop.
We had good eats but the highlight was the recently horribly divorced, under employed, share to much, corner my dad in ...
... the Canyon. She declined with a few expletives.
Past Grand Canyon Village and another four miles to the Grand Canyon Entrance Gate. There was a sign that said $25 per vehicle and we pulled in and showed our "America the Beautiful Pass." [Lets go back in time to February when Dolly and I were researching for our upcoming trip. Dolly found information on "America The Beautiful" where senior citizens, such as myself can pay $20 and get a pass to ...
... The Ranger was very helpful and showed them a picture of all the many badges they could earn across the USA. Looks like we have lots more parks to visit!
From there we stopped by briefly at the Geology Museum both to get a great sunset view and also learn more about the park's geology.
Tomorrow we plan to do Hermits Rest trail. It's challenging but we're looking forward to it.
... of other people. I found myself standing on the canyon rim staring fixedly at the sheer grandeur unfolded before me, and suddenly becoming aware of how quiet and peaceful it is with only the gentle sighing of the wind and the effortless soaring of a passing condor. Saw some black bears and was lucky enough to click them before they disappeared back into the forest. So long for now Wazza and the ...