Mogollon Resort Cabins
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... feet we came to Zion National Park, a park with a very high opinion of itself. It is justified by its nature, but I think it attracts a wealthier clientele than most other parks for some reason. At its boundary, for example, is a Birkenstock store. This just doesn't exist at the Everglades or at Yellowstone. Parking is tight because the park made the decision to use shuttle buses to bring people to the most popular parts of the park, Zion Canyon. Because of this ...
... as it gets pretty cold here after dark.
My soundtrack for today is some lazy dub (Hollie Cook) and Paul Simon (Graceland). After driving for several more hours, I decide to stop in Snowflake, Arizona, for the night because it's starting to get dark and I'm also developing a healthy appetite. It's high up on the plains of Navajo County, and I stumble across the Heritage Inn, a Victorian pioneer home built in 1890, which turns out to be rather quaint. ...
... get it backed up enough. I got smart and took all the luggage off the bike and was successful. I got slightly stuck 1more time but finally got turned around, put the luggage back on the bike and headed back. I was getting used to the bumps and hills and had a lot of fun.
You would think I would have not hit another road like that but I did. About 10 miles down the hiway I found the road that couple told me about. It looked ...
... on to Jacobs Lake, Arizona. We dropped off some gear and headed for the Grand Canyon North Rim. The ride was pleasant, then we got a taste of the views, OMG wow, and wow again.. We walked about the north rim, enjoying Angels Landing, the old Lodge and drinking in the amazing spectacular views. As the afternoon wore on the light changed and seemed to contrast and deepen.
Jacobs Lake for accommodation and blueberry pie with dinner, all very ...
... near me, I started the generator and furnace and went back to bed for a bit, until six o’clock. I did my usual reading and what-not and answered my email etcetera.
I got out of camp a bit before nine and headed to find a campground. I made a stop to gas up Shorty at a Shell station. Gas here is more reasonable at $3.72 a gallon. It took me longer than usual, since some “fine individual” was ...