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... lot of the day today. Thunderstorms are forecast for later
We grabbed some lunch food and drove along the Grand Canyon Desert View scenic route towards the east, stopping at several major viewpoints along the way. As we exited the Grand Canyon National Park we entered the Navajo Nation region of Arizona. Forest and scrub gave way to desert as we crossed the Painted Desert on our way to Tuba City.
Crossing the Painted Desert we came across ...
... once more making unloading our things very easy. With the temp being at or near 100*F walking into a nice cool room added to the oasis feeling!
The menu at the restaurant has lots of great options, particularly some Navajo dishes and it was hard to choose! I enjoyed a Roast Beef Sandwich made with Navajo Fry Bread. After lunch we had a short rest to gear up for our visit to the Canyon as I wanted to see it during Sunset :)
... River....</u></i></b> 8:15am (MT): Marble Canyon, Arizona. We stopped at the river crossing to get pictures. Already hot so early in the morning, but what a beautiful sight.
<b><i><u>We're at the campground at the North Rim, and it only took a ...
... precariously into the sides of shear rock walls. As we made our way the weather was rapidly deteriorating. It was now raining as well as sleeting and we were riding on a mountain roads with few guard rails. We had to pull over and decide if we should continue our climb or retreat. It was unanimous to continue. We had ridden more than half way to the ancient historic sites and the weather looked as if it was beginning to ...
... advancing from the southwest and the sand was arranged in perfect horizontal layers. The result is the Schnebly Hill formation of Sedona. This formed a red sandstone which is unique to this place, and does not appear even at the Grand Canyon, that great display of geological ages.
All these red rocks were formed during the Permian and Triassic, about 200-300 million years ago, when North America, Europe and Africa were joined together. An excess of oxygen in ...