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Travel Blogs from Grants
... dog, out came a cat, and out came a second cat. Holy moly -- three dogs and two cats in a small trailer (along with three people). Makes you wonder where they all slept! The elevation here in the campground is 6,496 feet, and high temperatures have been in the low-80's, lows in the low-50's, and partly sunny with thunderstorms both nights -- who would have thought there would be so much rain in the ...
... stopped and oared by its large scale and breathtaking Beaty. Her size is truly large with average width being 16 km and average depth 1.5km you start to get an idea and perspective of this old slit. After admiring her rim and getting informed at the visitor centre we made a b line east again without a destination in focus. We travelled well and found. Koa at grant in the middle of no whare surrounded by lava and Indians in New Mexico. Rest well and of again the ...
... and it's amazing how excited we all are to have running water - we can drink, cook, wash and even wash up! And there's a stunning sunset behind us. New Mexico just might be turning things around (although we'll reserve judgement on that for the moment). Day 64. Saturday 18th October. Beaverhead Work Centre to Little Toad Motel, Lake Roberts. Nadine is writing this entry at 23:00 hrs in a king sized suite while Sue tries to get the TV working and Matt is in the bar with ...
... centre that we could see, just motels along a long main street that parallels the train tracks and the freeway. The only hotels still open are the ones near the freeway. We had reserved a room at the Red Lion Hotel which is a huge complex with a pool and garden area in the centre with the rooms surrounding it. Clearly it used to be a conference centre with meeting rooms all over. Most of the complex appears unused, and the restaurant that opened for ...
... it was closest to the parking lot and descended down with that cool air blowing in our faces. Junction Cave was the longest cave hike of the day and was well worth it. About midway through the cave there was a small off-shoot that we took and it led us through several smaller tunnels and rooms. It got very tight at some of these tunnels and if we had been a little bit bigger it probably would have meant we would have had to of stopped there. I believe we went through channels ...
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112 McArthur St, Grants | Hotelfrom $48