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Afterwards we see the start of the Bright Angel trek. It looks pretty cool so we decide to do a little of it. Its one of the more popular treks but given the time of day we were there (afternoon) and we had walked a bit around the rim we decide to skip doing the full trek today.
Instead we walk to the Trailview point then jump on a bus to get to Mohave Point. After a couple of minutes we are told that all buses on the red route have been ...
... Oil is actually an anti-seizure medication for engines. It's true. I starved the front bearing of my generator for oil and it seized. See picture, "I just want a cup of coffee." Turns out there is a kick-ass CarQuest about a mile and a half from here. Some parts and some synthetic oil, and we were running again. As I am typing this we are in hour two of, "generator repair quality test 1." We split for the Grand Canyon. Jenn has ...
... like a B-movie horror set! We almost left and headed for the nearest town but then received a call with details where to find the key. Once we were in, everything seemed a bit more normal and we had a good night's sleep. An internet search informed us we were in the largest Joshua Tree forest in the World. Our town had about 2000 inhabitants and was a 'census town'.
On to Skywalk in the morning!
... in my arms. I can not even begin to explain how disappointed I was in not getting to experience the helicopter ride of a lifetime properly. Had to suck it up and move on - not so sure I did it to well but I tried anyway :-( We spent the afternoon hiking and shuttling our way along the rim of the canyon. Each view was spectacular and just a little bit different from the one before. Sometimes you could see trails leading down into the canyon, ...
... Liters) for the day have proved to be ample and we are in no danger of that happening. Some lunch and a quick nap then it is time for our final push towards Indian Gardens, we have yet to encounter a single person on the Tonto. There will virtually no shade from this point on and we have approx. 4 Kms to go, we head out to begin the days final trek. Soon we encounter a view of Battleship, the Butte that looms over Indian Gardens and we have a sense of ...
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