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... the kids and Pep went to the edges of these freaky cliffs. Then we took a trail called Bright Angel Trail which was about 1.3 miles. I had to hold onto Pep the entire way and I didn't even go to the end of it because it was so freakin scary! I waited while the kids and Pep had their fun, then I saw their photos and was so glad I didn't go along to the end! They both went to tops of these mountains that were so scary (we heard later that a ...
... hay, water...and lots of cowboys driving those trucks. Once the caravan was all over on north bound I-15, the caravaning began. The light flashing police car led and trailed the caravan, blocking both lanes so we could not past. At first we thought these were from the Cliven Bundy group (see the news - it is a small range war in this part of Nevada), and the police were escorting them to the Muddy River. But as they passed all the exits, we realized these were the ...
... br> If you were to come from Springdale to find this road, there is a one lane wooden bridge you cross as you begin this journey. By the time we crossed the bridge it was dark so we decided to look for a private campground to stay for the night.
The Quality Inn in Springdale has a very nice RV park attached to it with very nice showers. We both took showers, and then walked into town and had dinner at one of the ...
... Suzanne, Marco, Bruno and Hugo went to the gift shop and then on to do a very nice hike called the Hidden Pinyon trail.
Leo was so excited about exploring the caves when we got dropped off at the trail head we headed directly to the bigger of the three lava tubes we could explore. These caves were originally rivers of molten lava. The upper portion of the river cooled and hardened. Then the lower portion flowed out and left the cavern. There is a ...
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