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... I wouldn't bother with Foxtel?! We then ticked another cultural box - we went to Sonic for dinner. It's a drive up restaurant, you park by a menu & buzz your order, they bring it to your car & you can dine in the classiest of your car! The only thing missing was the waitress on roller skates. The vanilla milkshakes were almost pure ice cream, the chili-dogs were tasty & in the world of fast food Jordan made a good request! Back to the hotel - need bed, before another big ...
... with his petrified tree and rock crystal he is going to
Back on the road and a real grind of a drive to Grand Canyon.
Light relief was driving through:
Mexican hat -see balancing rock photo looking like Mexican sombrero.
Monument Valley road - Eagles blaring on the car stereo
Monument Valley Park - every Wild West film Papa Jim ever loved. John Wayne photos and memorabilia everywhere. See The Mittens
... towns we've been to, but once that proved to be impossible, she practiced some Yoga and I read some poems. Met a nice man named Otter and his dog Medicine Bear who wanted to take our picture. He pulled off of the road to talk with us and was really excited about what we were doing. Ride and chit chat with Jamie. Gorgeous scenery. Seriously. Absolutely gorgeous. I yelled beauty about five times. We ran into the last group because Kim had a flat. They hit ...
... causing this dry condition on the upper reaches of the lake. It was still a magnificent view. After lunch we continued west on the highway crossing the Colorado River and stopping at several overlooks to enjoy the grandeur of the river and the surrounding canyons. After traveling about 120 miles from camp we decided to turn around and head home; even though we were returning on the same road the views were completely different and we thoroughly enjoyed the drive.
... imagine the hard life these people had. Continuing west on UT 95 we came to the “Natural Bridges National Monument”, within the park are 3 of the world’s largest natural stone bridges, each of which can be viewed from overlooks along an 8 mile loop drive through the park. These bridges are the result of water action eroding away the softer underlying rock in such a way as to leave the top layer of rock to form the bridge. The overlooks were ¼ ...