Garland's Oak Creek Lodge
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... with a smile really lovely. Charlie managed his 3rd burger in a row I went for a more healthy option but still managed a beer as this is the beer tour ! Filled up the car for the first time (me and the Rav4 are not on speaking terms as she has had a lump out of my leg ) and that was a mission as I really dont get why you have to pay for gas in advance over here ??This evening we went star ...
... we had to descend through tunnels and chains and ladders. On the chains and ladders, it was very slippery because of all of the mist that Mooney falls was generating. Once we had reached the bottom, we started to hike towards Beaver falls, which was 3 miles away. We also saw a lot of trees. The bottom of the Grand Canyon is very lush. We hiked for a while, then we reached a side canyon. This canyon was called Ash canyon. We hiked into the canyon, ...
... many dying from the 16 years of drought in Arizona).
Jerry: "That's what they make tequila from."
Then Pete pointed out the Juniper bushes and their berries.
Jerry: "That's what they make gin from."
The young guy from Chicago to his wife: "We got to hang out with this guy!"
Sedona was not named by Native Americans but by Mr. T. C. Schnebly, the town's first postmaster circa ...
... day, it's quite the place to live. We went to the Chamber of Commerce, and they told us where the best views and dipping are. We drove to a couple of those points and went to a good Southwest restaurant for lunch. I had pork carnitas that were really good, but I have to say, Tom's fajitas were delicious. The best I've ever tasted. Really flavorful. We did a little shopping. Had to get put Christmas tree decoration and boys did their shopping and then ...
... with the Navajo Nation. The city is perched atop Manson Mesa at an elevation of 4,300 feet (1,300 m) above sea level and 600 feet (180 m) above Lake Powell. After the dam was completed in the 1960s, the city grew steadily to today's population of over 7,000. Because of the new roads and bridge built for use during construction, ...