Lees Ferry Lodge
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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.
We decided that we would take a short trip to Zion National Park. This is our favorite park and while we really can't hike any longer, there are a few nice short trails that we can manage. We would be traveling from Fountain Hills, AZ.
Day OneThe past few times we have headed north, we have tried to get ...
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 ...
... mid 20s on Sunday to 14 and then to an average of 9 degrees for my last few days. On one of the last warm days, Selina, Chris, Imari and I went to the 4th Ave Winter Street Fair to enjoy the sun, food and art- and get some last presents for people back home! It was lovely weather, which Selina and I enjoyed in summer dresses. We both tried philly cheesesteaks- surprisingly a lot yummier than I was expecting- as well as half the fresh-made ...