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... bit worrying as we were under trees. We persevered for a while but eventually decided safety and dryness were probably a better bet so retraced our footsteps. Rain came and went as we walked back but on balance probably the right decision. Retired to the sun lounge at the lodge (not very sunny but stunning views across the cloud filed canyon) with books and iPads for a lazy afternoon. Sun kept breaking through but each time followed by sweeping clouds and ...
... heat (about 80 degrees). On the way down we passed two mule trains carrying people less energetic (or foolhardy) than ourselves. Instructions were to stand quietly at the side of the track and obey the instructions of the mule-master, so that was a good excuse for a break. After enjoying the magnificent views we reached the Supai Tunnel after 80 minutes or so. Here we found a ranger, water points, toilets, and a very fat squirrel. We had a look further down the path ...
... roading) thinking about heading
down to Phoenix....these are going to be day trips, and then of
course heading to Myrtle Beach, SC come October.....so thats our
travel schedule for the next month. So will try to keep you posted on
all of our travels......still I will tell you if your on the east
coast and have never visited the west coast, and the same for the
west coast not visiting the east coast, you should get out ...
... miles into our journey, the fuel gauge was showing just under half a tank and it cost, how much? Guess........ if guess $30.00 US then you are correct. So that's roughly 400miles for $30, no wonder everyone has big cars here. Anyway we got to the Hoover Dam about 10ish and it's already blazing hot and lot's of people, so we park and walk to the visitor's centre. Security is tight, have to empty your pockets and get x-rayed just like at an airport. We do ...
... it and take it all in. You wish that everyone would disappear and that you could have a private moment with the canyon - and you can I suppose if you walk for a while and go off the beaten track. If we had more time (four days) we could do a trail down the bottom and up the other side! But for now - this was a good taster. I am sure that we will be back. I am not sure what I can see now that could ever awe me as much as ...