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What a day we had! Once we left the motel, we stocked up on a few groceries, since we are going into back country. We also topped up the gas tank, then headed to Kanab along US 14 East. We found a trading post, where I bought a bag with Kokopeli on it. We were trying to make pretty good time, so we could get to the Grand Canyon North Rim with plenty of time to explore and take pictures, so we didn’t stop ...
... were several things I wanted to see in Flagstaff; however, when Dan saw 36 degrees and snow, the truck immediately started heading south and did not even pass Go! Oh well -- there's always "next time"! In the park the elevation is 2016 feet and the highs are predicted to be in the mid-70's, lows in the mid-50's, and mostly sunny. Today is Dan's daughter Diane's birthday -- Happy Birthday, Diane!
I didn't get ...
... in 8 days, but not much warmer back home! The rain melted most of the snow and the temp did get to 44. We went to Kohl’s for underwear for Phil and then home.
January 5th – Monday—Phil is starting to pack already! This will be a busy day. After 11 we headed to South Boston to visit Dean Rose Doughty and husband Kevin. Rose had been a Dean at NE U while Phil was teaching there and they were friends but have not ...
... br> Originally we were going to go from Holbrook, AZ on up to the Grand Canyon and into the southern part of Utah. The night before we realized we just didn’t know enough about it (what the drive was like, where to camp that would be good for kids and feel safe or even how far we would have to go to find groceries. We’ve been known to arrive at our destination hungry and without food despite good intentions so ...
Since we can only stay in a site for two weeks we had to move to a new one today. Crazy I know but it does make some sense. Our first site was one of the best in the park. If we never moved no else could enjoy it. This site is smaller without the best views and it slopes. Leveling the coach was tricky! But we needed to move so we could use the dump outside the camp ground. Two weeks without one ...