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... late summer wildflowers were evident and added great variety to the hike.
It's very quiet here with a nice breeze and few critters to be seen. There are unique squirrels with tufts of hair on the ears which gives them a rabbit-like appearance. Lynn saw a few of them yesterday.
Tomorrow we'll travel via The Gap up to Jacob Lake FSCG for another two nights. We hope to find water somewhere enroute so we can camp in comfort. ...
... built a little village on the rim of the Canyon. Someone with a pair of binoculars pointed out some people walking below. To my surprise I could see them but they were tiny little dots!
The kids love the wildlife around - especially the little squirrels. It seems that we have rabbits and here they have squirrels! We see them everywhere and it always puts a smile on the kids faces. We also found a little lizard, seen plenty ...
- The day after seeing the Grand Canyon, we travel to Flagstaff, AZ, the home of Northern Arizona university. Personally, I am not interested in the school but my friends Jeff and Reagan were, so we visited anyways. The campus was pretty nice and the area surrounding the campus ...
... interest in the Four Corner photo opp; I let her choose the route. Me: "...I mean, what are state boundaries anyway? Imaginary lines dictated by politicians? Are they 215 million year old trees that have turned into stone? So...which way do you want to go? Totally up to you..."
We drove into Gallup right around lunch time; to save a little daylight, we broke one of my travel rules and went for ...
... of possibilities. Last day in Flagstaff took us to Sedona and the Red Rock Canyon. En route we passed Dry Beaver Creek but the strangest of all is Glendale Canyon, which actually means valley valley valley. Red Rock Canyon is just that. Sue don't read the next sentence! We enjoyed a steak for lunch! OK Sue start reading again ...the salad bar was excellent. Then the GPS died which added another level of complexity. Off to Albuquerque via Winslow and Gallup on Route 66 and then to Santa Fe. ...