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09 July 2013 - Grand Canyon So... Our lodging is located in Grand Canyon Village, from where you can view the South rim East- or Westbound. For the Western part you can use shuttle buses that will drop you off at 9 stops with amazing views. You can also walk the whole route or partially. We decided to start the Western part since we have to drive …
... Utah, starting with Zion National Park, and there just aren't any secondary roads out of Las Vegas into southern Utah. We just had to take I-15N for about 126 miles. We resigned ourselves to this fact, and as soon as we reached the outskirts of town, we started looking for somewhere to get coffee and to gas up the bike. Imagine our surprise when the exit sign was advertising for a Dunkin' Donuts! We naturally stopped ...
... cliff faces, tree’s and desert.
We finally get to a town and pull into what looks like a supermarket another hour later. However, it’s Sunday and it was closed. So we get impatient for food and make do with a tin of tuna in the back of the car that we already had and have it on bread… living the dream, not! We get back on the road after some food and drive another hour and half and arrive in Escalante where we expected to see the national park. However ...
... one of the hardest hikes, but not the most tiring. The weather was only about 90 degrees and overcast so it wasn’t as hot as it has been on our previous hikes. Also, because it was in the water at the bottom of the canyon, there wasn’t any elevation gain. The water made it much cooler. However, it was pretty hard to walk through the rushing water. I got a blister on my thumb from gripping the stick so tightly
More later, must sleep ...
... drove onto a ranch in House Rock Valley on the East side of the Kaibab. These same corrals were later home to a "cattalo," a hybrid between one of Jones' buffalos and a domesticated Hereford bull. The remnants of this buffalo herd are still in House Rock and occasionally wander up on top of the Kaibab to the Grand Canyon.
US President Theodore Roosevelt frequented ...