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... big. They have the long horns to wrestle the other males to fight for land. They live for about 8-12 years. Longhorn sheep are afraid of people. My birthday dessert was DELICIOUS! Mommy made peach and blueberry dump cake in the fire pit! Daddy went to the market and bought vanilla ice cream. Addie, Owen, Jackson, Eden, Daddy and Mommy all sang happy birthday to me. The best part of my day was sitting around the campfire and ...
... the sun to set we got talking to a lovely Mennonite family. The dad's name just happened to be named Phillip John as well. We now have an invitation to visit and stay with them in Pennsylvania.
Then we watched the sun set and it was magnificent. A lovely ending to our first day at the Grand Canyon.
Today we travelled by Taxi, then Plane, then Train, then Bus, then Car then Bus again. What a ...
... the car and started the journey to the Hoover Dam. We walked across the Mike O'Callaghan–Pat Tillman Memorial Bridge for the best view. It was extremely hot so we didn't stay too long before getting back to the hotel to drop the car off.
In the evening, we stayed in the hotel and we went to one of the bars which offered unlimited drinks for $20 for 4 hours.
$20 for unlimited drinks from a set list of ...
As the lake disappeared behind us, we were slowly getting closer to the Grand Canyon and the rock formations were getting larger and larger. We could see the distinctive layers of sandstone, limestone and shale before us. What a ...
... down to the village for dinner. We had a nice dinner at the El Tovar Hotel. After that we watched the sunset go down at the rim.
This was our final day at the Grand Canyon and we've talked about coming back in a few years during Spring Break and doing the rafting/camping trip down the river.