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... around 6900 ft. Larger pines, but still relatively small ones, formed a forest bordering the road. Signs warning of elk were along the road, and, I'm sure, other wildlife would be happy living there as well. We were fortunate to get a RV spot in Grand Canyon Village just outside the entrance to the park. We pulled in just at sunset (spectacular) so didn't do anything that night.
Next day we drove over to the park and parked by ...
Well the sleep in the Tipi went OK. When I went to bed it was a bit windy and I could only tie down the bottom of the flap so the top bit was flapping around. This did not stop me going to sleep quickly.
Woke up about 3.30 am and was wide awake so checked Facebook then went back to sleep. Woke up around 6 am and got out of bed and poked my head out to see the sunrise. Too cloudy so went back to bed.
Got up around ...
Now here at our hotel, the best so far on our trip and we're going to have a dip in the pool shortly. Tuba City is home to a large population of Hopi Indians and there is the Moenkopi Hopi Indian reservation just outside the city. We'll be visiting the Hopi Indian Reservation and Cultural centre tomorrow morning. Just to clarify, the term City in the US is rather strange since Tuba is more like a small town in size.
The hotel is run ...
... looked a lot different. It looks a lot more like a forest than a desert. In one part it looked like there had been a forest fire. When we got to the campground we set up camp and then went for a bike ride! We went for about 3 miles on a trail. It was very hilly. Some parts were rocky. The trail ended at the Visitor's Center and Lodge. We parked our bikes and hiked out to Bright Angel Point. There was a very pretty view. ...
On the way to see the Grand Canyon from Cameron, AZ, is a stop to see the Little CO River Gorge. Thinking it was worth the price (donation to the Native Americans whose property it is on) we handed over money in hopes of seeing the river in the gorge. Although it was a spectacular sight before ...