Copper Chase Condominiums
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- Non-smoking rooms
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- Free parking
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... it a lot. Paul and I spent a couple of hours doing boring, but necessary, travel planning and we are now set until we leave the USA on the 28th. After that, we cheered on our adopted team, the SF Giants, to their third win in the series. Go Giants. We hope you are all well.
PS Paul managed to take $100 from the Vegas casinos and thoroughly enjoyed himself.
... supplies (for essential supplies, read beer, toothpaste and flip-flops!).
As we left Arizona, and put our watches ahead one hour to Utah time, we noticed a dramatic change in the colours of the landscape. From the ambers of Arizona, we suddenly found ourselves in the deep reds of Utah. Here, the volcanic activity is more recent and bright red hues sweep the rocks layered on top of limestone peaks. It truly is a stunning sight, and a beautiful drive. Here the plant ...
... a few of the HooDoos.
Back on UT 12 we found a cool restaurant "Bryce Canyon Pines". http://www.brycecanyonmotel.com/bryce-r estaurant.html . They serve soup and pie, not soup and salad. How can you go wrong with a good slice of pie. I had sour cream raisin. Barb went traditional with cherry.
Then it was down to Long Valley Jct for our next stop.
... and tomorrow the Grand Canyon! When we arrived at the campground there were horrible winds. Construction in the area created so much dust. We were in a dust storm trying to set up. Very poor 'campground'. Just a parking lot with hookups. Have never seen so much dust or wind. We were afraid to open the slides so left them closed and drove to the South Rim of the Grand ...
... We took so many pics. We needed a picture of everything! Never thought rocks could be so fascinating. The going down was fun. Then we realized we were at the bottom, walking along a valley floor. Looking up we wondered what we had gotten into? There was only one way to go and it was waaaay up! We took our time, stopped to rest and hydrate and Breathe ( very important, the breathing part) it was getting a little ...