The Red Agave Resort
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... table runner out of felt and thinly sliced cross sections of tree branches. The artists have such great imaginations!
There were lots of people walking around with their dogs. Two types of people - those dressed for winter and those dressed for summer. It was about 25 today so I'm guessing the "winter" people are from Arizona or Southern ...
... really crazy looking..not a lick of vegetation anywhere! The temperature also rose about 10 degrees. Once through there, and through the mountains, we came down in elevation and started to hit the desert of California. Here is where the temp really rose and the windows went up and the AC went on full blast. We stopped to take a rest and it was a wall of heat that hit us getting out of the car! The further we went along, the less and less vegetation we saw and ...
... I read and Ben played on the iPad. We all got to bed around 10pm. The temperature cooled to 54 degrees overnight, which made for great sleeping. The next morning, Abe was up early, making all sorts of noise in the camper. He was grinning like a little kid at an amusement park. His wish was to go on a hike, and by 6am, I got up and joined him in some coffee and his explanation of our plan. We drove to Bright Angel Point, where we saw the historic El Tovar Hotel and the ...
... level of excitement rose, mine crashed in equal measure, which saw us two or more hours later with Kate happily laden with bags bursting with some really nice clothes and a big smile and me with some socks and a pair of Grey Converse.
"I didn't realise it was going to be like that! They are real shops! I thought it would be those ones where they buy in rubbish to sell but this was different! Jersey has nothing like that!"
Everytime she has bought anything ove the last ...
... out in the dark. We ended up turning around when we saw a couple on a steep rocky incline that seemed near the end of the canyon, who told us the end was ... you guessed it, about 1/2 hour away. Argh! This trail seriously needs some mile markers!
When we got home, we googled pictures of the vortex at the end of the trail. Apparently there is often a man playing the flute on the top of the vortex. Based on the comments in the visitor ...