Quality Inn South Bluff
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- Continental Breakfast
- Car rentals
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... awesome views. The RV park we are staying at is surrounded with high red cliffs with mountains in the other direction. We were lucky enough to get one of the Indian tours to Antelope Canyons tomorrow,
so stay tuned.
A few interesting facts: 1. Diesel gas is less expensive than unleaded gas in this area by $.20/gallon. 2. Each town puts the first letter of its name on the nearby mountain. [Watch for the H on the Mountain for Hurricane, ...
... does! The town was named Hurricane when, in 1896, a whirlwind blew the top off a buggy containing a member of the “Quorum of the Twelve Apostles of the Church of the LDS”. Evidently, to not scare the tourists, the town name is pronounced “Hur-Kin” and not “Hurr-i-cane”.
Wanting to avoid the massive amounts of tourist flesh and the predictions of occasional showers throughout the long holiday weekend, Casey and I balk at the ...
... it to the Grand Canyon in about 3-4 hours. Just before we made it there, we went through the Kaibab National Forest where we saw a bunch of wild buffalos. Then, we entered the North Rim part of the Grand Canyon. The first thing we saw was the North Rim Lodge - it had the most AMAZING views of the Grand Canyon - a huge room with floor to ceiling windows and then you could go out on cliff-like edges to take amazing photos. I stayed near the ...
... See. I have lost perspective on even danger. I live, rolling on the live road for 3-6 hours a day with little fear or concern than to tally miles and color in states on my map. That is what some call crazy and what others may even call brave. I'm not sure. I just accept it as "Doing whatever it takes."
Survival really comes down to trusting your instincts. Or... those of people that care for you.
... but also to make it to the end to see the Hidden Pinion as yesterday they had to stop before the end. In addition, part of Suzanne's lesson plan for the boys is to do nature study and drawing. So we carried all their drawing books and colored pencils on the hike.
We all enjoyed the nature study and learned about the plants and geology. The views are just breathtaking with the mix of the huge red cliffs, ...