Tri State Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... of Eternity. Clark Gable and Carol Lombard honeymooned at the Oatman Hotel March 18, 1939. Gable returned there often to play poker with the local miners. The burros are the descendants of burros brought there by miners in the late 1800s; when the miners no longer needed them, they were turned loose. Each morning they come into town looking for food. Shortly before sunset they wander back to the hills for the night.
... south rim. We must have stopped by 7 or 8 when the 52 degree cold air of 7,000 feet combined with 25 to 30 mile per hour winds took its toll.
After leaving the park we went back to Grand Canyon Village, pulled into a McDonalds to have a sandwich and use their internet. The front door was broken and signs pointed us to an adjacent door. Just inside we stepped over, around and under about 75 young Navajo and Hopi Native American kids on ...
... over water and the land that was on the west side is now an island. Time to hit the road and head for home since the temperature was up to 96 and tomorrow we needed to be in Seligman early.
SATURDAY 5/3-Left the campground early since it was an hour drive east and up in altitude to the start of the rally. The official start was not until 10 so we got there around 8:30. We were not sure how this worked with over 700 entries so we asked a guy. He said ...
... entrepreneur Robert P. McCulloch placed the winning bid of $2,460,000 on April 18, 1968. McCulloch came by this figure by doubling the estimated cost of dismantling the structure, which was $1.2 million, bringing the price to $2.4 million. He then added on $60,000 -- a thousand dollars for each year of his age at the time he estimated the bridge would be reconstructed in Arizona. Each block was meticulously numbered before the bridge ...
... able to see much of its original grandeur with sections that still have beautiful cobblestone areas, big stonewalls and some out buildings.
The trail doesn't waste any time in getting down to business – the trailhead starts at 6,640 feet and we start descending very rapidly into the canyon traversing across the edge of the canyon walls. There are many switch backs each offering different views into the canyon. ...