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... enjoy that.
We explored the river bank for a bit, taking photos, and just enjoying the lovely day. It's about 20 degrees warmer at the river than it is at the top where we entered, so it was very warm down there.
For those interested in seeing what the last 10 minutes looked like on the drive down to the river, here is a youtube link to our dash cam. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T1RQ3kEf HNk
... seen one, much to our relief and the girls dissapointment. We could finally take a good close up look at a real live bear in the safety of our vehicle, a much better way to do it! The tour ended with the Bison enclosure and they had black and white species there.
We then headed by foot to the walking part of the park where the girls got to feed otters and see 4 cute little bear cubs. Then we were off for the next part of our trip, a 5 hour drive towards ...
... br> On one of the surviving stretches of Route 66 Seligman has now been bypassed and is a shadow of its busy heyday. We had a rather large lunch in a lovely diner that had a diverse collection of customers from a broad mix of European and Asian tourists together with the local police officer! For some reason they also served a wide variety of German beers and had lots of German memorabilia in addition to the Route 66 gifts.
From Albuquerque we drove on down to a small town called Williams in Arizona in preparation for our day at the Grand Canyon. It was a really pretty drive watching the landscape change. We had an awesome BBQ dinner at a local diner and checked out a few of the local shops. ...
... a land owner on the South Rim... he did the old political thing and finally convinced the then Atchinson, Topeka, and Santa Fe Railway Company to build a spur to the South Rim and in 1901 the track was completed. On Sept 17, 1901 the first steam train made the trip and took passengers and freight from Williams AZ to the South Rim of the Grand Canyon.
The railway changed ...