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... our way back they robbed the train. Such a wonderful day making memories glad our friends were with us!
6/7/14 We went to Walnut Canyon today it is a small Canyon, you can still see the Indian ruins built back in the cliffs, we took Chewie today he is like me he don't like the heat, so we brought him back to the motorhome and had lunch at this place called the Village Inn it was very good, they had the best Veggie beef ...
... out of the East Entrance at a cross roads called Mt. Carmel Junction… a small park… 10 or so spaces owned and operated by the Best Western Motel across the street… We’re really on Hwy 89 and I thought last night around 7 p.m. that it would be noisy all night long… traffic coming and going… ...
... some fried-mac-and-cheese balls...a first...and they got a thumbs up.
We were lazy and just enjoyed the condo, and a John Wayne western marathon on the big-screen in the condo for the afternoon...before heading back down to the Beaver Street Brewery for some pizza and humus.
Lots of rain in the forecast for the next few days, so Carolyn and I may get wet as we hope to get up to the canyon tomorrow.
It's hard to grasp the magnitude of the Grand Canyon. It's only on reflection that you truly appreciate what a wonder and the true vast expanse that the Grand Canyon really is. Watching the sun set here was one for the memory bank and will stay with me for a long time. The warm glow that the sun casts over the canyon the few moments before vanishing are magical. Camped for the night in the village just outside in Tusyan, startled at how bitterly cold it got at night in contrast to the ...
... I would like to live, less. It’s obvious these are very poor areas. There are massive power towers all along the area – it’s very industrial and the lack of vegetation only enhances the depressing sight.
I left LA Airport around mid day and around 4.30 pm decided I’d better stop at the first place that I could see had a bed. I wasn’t too sure what would be available. Amazingly, there’s a massive outlet called Tanger Outlets ...
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