Cathedral Rock Lodge
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... from his lips as we came to check in at our KOA. Our landing zone wasn’t flat, but rather uphill with a noticeable tilt to the left which nothing could deter. It’s an interesting thing to lean and use the bathroom simultaneously. We might as well have had some rope, pick-axes and yodeled up yonder to the summit of the bedroom. It’s that kind of place; the positive: the weather is better here being 20 plus degrees cooler than Page’s, ...
We woke up in the morning to the sound of the Kaibab squirrel loudly chirping. It was probably upset that we had set up a tent on its territory. While we were brushing or teeth a mule deer galloped by and a ringtail snooped around, also curious about the intruders in the area. Before we packed up, we went for a short hike to look out over the rim while we ate a simple breakfast of fruit and granola bars. It was nice to have the area to ...
We left the Grand Canyon Thursday morning and headed to Flagstaff, Arizona. Flagstaff was a quaint historic town along historic Route 66, 7000 feet above sea level. We spent much of the
day strolling through the historic section of town viewing art galleries, and shops. During the night, the temperatures dropped to 41 degrees. Several people from Phoenix and other desert areas are vacationing here to avoid the 100 degree plus ...
... make it to the car step :) The dogs passed out for 2 days. We were excited to be able to have the facilities to check out our pics right away. Electricity + lap top is a wonderful thing. James learned that there is a setting on the GOPRO which takes some 30 pictures a second and had the 7500+ still shots to prove it!! OMG!!! 7500 pictures of a dogs ass in some pretty spectacular scenery. A bit chilly ...
... striking out with sunsets because of the clouds and rain during the evenings we have been available. Oh well...the rocks are beautiful anyway!
So tonight is our last night. Most of the packing is done and we have a late check out, so we are hoping to swim for a while and relax most of the morning. We plan to check out one or two more sights in the afternoon and make our way to Phoenix in the afternoon for our flight home tomorrow ...
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