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... The site contains the ruins of a 12th century pueblo, and the museum depicts some of the artifacts. We took pictures as we went, and it looked like it was starting to rain again to the east. A few times, it would just begin to sprinkle, and we would ride west out of the rainstorm. We decided that since we were wearing rainsuits, as long as a little rain wasn't interfering with our pictures, we would continue visiting ...
... Take us to the red rocks and dessert!
Off we went to some watering holes just outside Sedona. Thanks to Andre's Route 66 book, we found out about some cool spots for a cold swim in the Arizona heat. And it was cold!!! We all swam, but the Duarts climbed the canyon wall and jumped off the ledges into the freezing water below. After we had all cooled off, we headed ...
... So with less time to blog we will just do an entry or two for the high lights.
The Grand Canyon was a must. Saturday 27 June we left Kingman and headed for Williams via the old Route 66 highway. The day presented a short ride and we were ready to do something else by mid afternoon. A thunder shower dampened our enthusiasm a little but we were still off to the South Rim of the Grand Canyon by 4pm (some 90 km away).
... some great pie - apparently a bit of a Route 66 institution.
The Canyon itself is pretty breathtaking, so much bigger than I was expecting - it almost looks like a computer blue screen from a film set as there's just the rocks near you and then everything else very far away, with no middle ground to gauge the distance. We spent a couple of hours walking along the rim - couldn't face the decent into the canyon itself, sounded like an absolute mission!
... which is 2 miles away from the village, after hiking down 8 miles from Hilltop. Havasupai are good with horses.
Our wrangler Carlo came down with two mules loaded up with our stuff, in addition to his horse and working dog(s). The working dogs usually trail behind the ...
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