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... also got to see a few buck and very different terrain as we past through semi desert and forest as we began to get closer to the Canyon.
On arrival we headed straight up to the rim and were blown away by the spectacular views that met us, WOW, now I know what all the fuss is about the GRAND Canyon, it was really and truly grand.
We had packed a picnic lunch, so found a little spot to have it and of course what would our outing be without an ...
... of the Gods road is dirt. Neither is very good for motorcycles, so we settled for what you could see from UT-163 which is really quite a lot.
There were lots of Navajo jewelry stands along the side of the road also, so we stopped to see what they had. Unfortunately, it was mostly just tourist stuff, simple beadwork bracelets, earrings and necklaces. Mostly stuff Jody already makes herself. The real stuff is ...
... today was one of the warmest for in the Canyon. It was 95 and the normal temp is about 85. The only day I forgot the sunscreen and now my shoulders are a bit pink.
We are off to a buffet dinner at the Train depot, they received rain while we were up at the Grand Canyon and it is nice and cool out now. We are going to take a walk afterwards and enjoy the antiques and great ...
... dark outside.
We woke up in the morning as Dan was preparing breakfast. Breakfast was toasted English muffins with sausages and eggs. There was hot chocolate and coffee to warm us up. There was a tray of fruit, and a bottle of orange juice to go along with our meal. After the meal, we went on a day hike. We first hiked past the campground, and to a 200-foot tall waterfall, Mooney Falls. Dan told us that we had to ...
... Grand Canyon National park ( we will be doing that tomorrow). The end of the ride was quite cold and very much different to the searing heat we had experienced in Death Valley yesterday.
Bridget is continuing to enjoy her self and has been a dream to ride - it doesn't appear as if she wants a top up of oil anymore which is great! She has now done just over 12000 miles so I suppose nicely run in. On our USA ...