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... into Botswana where there are no roads so flying private planes into the camps One of the highlights is staying a private game ranch in. S Africa. Susie met the owner 5 years ago at the outdoor expo and has visited with her many times over the years. Her husband made a living as a hunting guide they built there place on a bluff overlooking a river , they have 4 cottages outside there home for guests, ...
... Abbey is the author of Desert Solitaire, a memoir about his work as a park ranger at Arches in the 50s). He had one crazy story after another, and by the time we were able to leave, all we wanted to do was eat. We went to Susie's Branding Iron, up 191 N just out of town. Here's the short story on Susie's: the portions are huge, the prices are completely reasonable, and we all were still stuffed the next morning. We came back to the camper with just a few minutes to spare for ...
... the visitor's center lookout) because if we'd stayed on the bus, we would have missed sunset all together. The light on the rocks was spectacular. Changing colors, the misperception of different depths through the shadows on the rock faces, seeing other people located at other points along the rim trail communicated an enormity. We staying for about 30 minutes or so, and then hopped the shuttle back to Trailer Village. A long game of Ticket to Ride with Jacob, Kris, Abe and ...
... br> At Milepost 24 at the end of a bluff is Turtle Rock. He has a head, shell and even a little turtle sail. Those who traveled through the Canyon as early as 1929 remember this rock formation as having the name.
After we left the Verde Canyon we stopped at the Sedona Airport for a wonderful view of the rocks. I almost stepped on the tarantula.
This is a favorite spot for viewing the sunset.
... up to 34 feet (ours is 31), and when I called the lady was very friendly and told us to come on over, they had spaces. So we made the drive and pulled in. As we started to drive through the campground we noticed everyone was staring at us. This has happened several times on the trip, and generally can be taken as an indication that I am doing something stupid (like driving with the steps down or the bumper hanging off). Well, as we tried to ...
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