Lees Ferry Lodge

Address: HC 67 - Box 1, Marble Canyon, Arizona, 86036, United States | Lodge
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    Travel Blogs from Marble Canyon

    A normal day...

    A travel blog entry by jansinthusek on Jun 22, 2015

    15 photos

    Today started out well. James slept in long stretches during the night. I checked my milk; I might have been giving hime milk I pumped after having a drink with friends on Friday. OOOPS. But he slept so well! By the end of the day, he was fussy. We FaceTimed with mom and dad and he kept ...

    Lee's Ferry Kayaking Upstream High Canyon Walls

    A travel blog entry by malonetravels2 on Jan 21, 2014

    99 photos

    ... 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.

    Casa Grande Ruins & Ghostown Adventure SASCO

    A travel blog entry by jimconnietravel on Jan 16, 2014

    48 photos

    ... and Design www.steelkrazy.com... And the Trendsetters from Phoenix AZ Trendsetters - Rustic Decor for your entire home, cabin ... to name a few of our favorites!

    Our Friends Gail & Dale from 9 Mile Falls arrived on Wednesday and we have been running ever since … all the while taking in GORGEOUS ...


    A travel blog entry by andrew0314 on Jun 20, 2013

    ... we caught a ride with musicians. When they dropped us off we got jobs at a small restaurant. There is also much history in Tucson. There are many bodies of water around including the Santa Cruz River.


    Learning to take it slow

    A travel blog entry by wolves99 on Jun 06, 2013

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    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 ...