Howard Johnson Express Inn - Williams
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... a MacDonalds dinner. Then a quick flick back to Williams for sleep.
We enjoyed the visit so much that a plan was hatched for a return visit next morning. Away by 5 am. Impressive for a bunch of old pensioners. In a small way the second visit appealed as it gave a second use of the US$25 visitors pass for free (pass valid for multiple visits up to 7 days).
Back at the South Rim by 6am we headed East this time, stopping ...
... to find a truck stop or somewhere to sleep for the night. We ended up going off the highway at Two Forks as it had two petrol stations showing on the TomTom, but they turned out to be small with no overnight areas. After some driving around we decided to brave it and pull in beside a truck in the carpark of a diner, kind of in the middle of nowhere.... Brave of us considering, but we were all exhausted after another awesome day We got to bed about 9.15pm and had a great sleep ...
... and out of the restaurant within half an hour.
As Wednesday came it was time to leave Utah for our day out in Page, Arizona, with the journey taking us to a height of 10,000 feet! Upon arrival we checked into our Motel Six and headed straight out to the lesser known Glen Canyon Dam. Whilst incomparable to Hoover dam in size and awe, it was still a stunning view. Immediately upstream of the dam was Lake Powell where Abbie tried to direct us into the lake itself, sending us down ...
... but simple observation. He is my most recent single-serving-friend. You know like a Kuerig, not enough, and lacking in strength. Speaking of Kuerigs, I headed into the trailer and put on the first cup. Halfway through the second, the generator died. I thought to my self, "Self, this is going to suck, and you haven't even had a proper cup of coffee." I was right. A piece of advice; check your **** before setting it on an ...
We spent 10 days in and around the small township of Williams using our friends, Allan and Judy, place as a base.
During that time we bought a Dodge Ram 2500 turbo diesel pick-up, sorted out some Cooper Tyres and better wheels for it, along with fitting a new muffler as the young lad who had it, had it more for show than practical touring.
When we weren't shopping for gear we headed off to see a few of the local sights.