Budget Host Inn Williams
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We are now pushing North through central USA to get to Alaska by mid July. All is going well except for a fault in Colin's bike. Hope to get it sorted in Salt Lake City.
Temperatures here are high, especially for us Kiwis. Phoenix, Arizona got to 44 degrees C. Even at higher altitudes (over 5,000 feet) the afternoon temperatures have been in the mid 30's. To an extent we have eased the pain by leaving early (5 or 6 ...
... think that the effort to return the rolling stock to such grandeur and the Pumpkin Patch run, Polar Express run, and of course the trip back to the canyon has brought back the life style that wasn’t so fast and hurried to a time in history when a little slower, with such beauty and comfort meant something.
As a kid who rode the rails with mom and dad... And ...
... Beaver Fall outlook. Dan prepared pita bread with tuna salad, cucumber, avocado, tomato, pecans and freezer dried strawberries and blueberries. Yum Yum, a can of Pringle potato chips is always a plus, something the boys really fall for.
On the way back to campsite, we picked up a pair of flip flop. A bonus for tonight, so Mr. Alex can get around in the campground while waiting for his hiking boots to be slowly roasted dry.
... favourite national park!
Our next days journey into Bryce was undertaken following the Sat Nav this time, reducing the journey to just over an hour! To kick off our day of hiking we took the shuttle to Bryce Point where we walked the 1.5 mile rim trail to Inspiration Point. Here we enjoyed the park from an entirely new perspective, with the Bryce ampitheatre providing spectacular viewing. Unfortunately our leisurely walk was interupted by the thunder storm seemingly following ...
... vibe well. I guess I can say I got my kicks on Route 66 now!
The following day We drove up to the Grand Canyon. We thought we should experience it for its real beauty so we went on a 15km hike down to Indian garden. It's a very steep walk. We dropped 1km in elevation, the walk down was easy (it was basically a goat track that wound back and forth many times via switchback) the walk back up was probably the hardest physical venture of ...