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... additional issues and set up for the night. Whenever we passed through this area I would mention to Glen that I thought Munds Park would be a very nice place to stay and ... it was.
Although I had only made reservations over the phone, the staff was very accommodating. I had called to explain our situation and that we would be arriving late. Internally I was thinking "if at all." We arrived after 7 pm but ...
... I realised how much of the American west Viv and I have seen over the past four years.
Cruised thru Lee Vining where I was planning to join the 395 after crossing the Tiagra Pass, thru Yosemite NP. There is some fabulous camping on the eastern edge of the ranges in the national forest and up at The Meadows, near the crest of the pass within the national park. Just south of Lee Vining you can head east to Mono Lake with its vastly different attractions to the ...
... The “Monkeys” song begins informing us we are on the “Last Train to Clarksburg” – close enough. In addition to the Pullman-style seats in our coach, there is also a dedicated open air car which we can access. The open-air viewing car is equipped with shaded canopies. Attendants well-versed in the canyon’s history, geology and wildlife shared highlights of our journey and answered questions. Being outdoors in the open air car ...
... first, but less so after a bit. Allen later told us that about 25 people each year fall off - planned and accidental.
My little camera worked just fine. I could even zoom in on a mule train meandering the switchback trail, and the foot bridge crossing the Colorado River 2500 ft below at the base.
Allen had a headdress hidden in the bus, and posed secretly so Kevin, our ten year old tour mate could be impressed at his sighting. Nice ...
Located geographically in the center of Arizona, the Verde
Valley is nestled between 2 protected lands.
The Verde River and Valley got their names from early Spanish explorers
because of the green cover of the vegetation that dominates the river
In the glory days of the Iron Horse, the train station was a
bustling hub in small towns across the west.
Tucked into a hillside where ...