Lees Ferry Lodge
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... are bats who feed on the nectar.
- Birds like to build nests inside holes in the Saguaro
- It is illegal to harm a saguaro in Arizona and special permits are required to move or destroy any saguaro.
- The ribs of the saguaro were used for construction and other purposes by Native Americans.
- It is native to the Sonoran Desert in Arizona, the Mexican State of Sonora, & parts of California.
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... and the rush of water proved to be too much to paddle against and so we landed there and had our lunch. We enjoyed the antics of a elderly golden retriever helping the fishermen land their fish.
Floated and paddled back to the takeout and took apart the boat and put it away. Headed off for the Grand Canyon. Made it to the Grand Canyon as the sun was going down.
The adjustment to taking it slow and enjoying the sights and sounds is somewhat foreign. I am finding myself wanting to move it on, no rest for the wicked, got to get there. That needs to change. I need to stop, look around, and smell the flowers. New issue, the bike bike rack on back of trailer blocks us from getting lounge chairs and our table out. Easy to take off but ...
... morning. What fun times. If those are riffles then I was capsized by a riffle in the Sacramento River and now I am embarrassed. Oh well. Great times ahead. We had a great time in Marble Canyon. It is amazing the colors and the size of the canyons and the rock formations. I am truly ...
... Sonora Desert Museum which is in the west part of the Saguaro National Park. This is one of the top attractions in AZ and we could see why. This museum is mostly outside but with a lot of exhibits. It exhibits more than 300 live animal species such as Javelina’s, Lobos, Coyotes, Big Cats, Mountain Lion, rattlesnakes, Prairie Dogs, Bighorn Sheep, Birds, Hummingbirds and Raptors. There are over two miles of trails very nicely laid out some ...