Ash Fork Inn
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We'd opted to stay nearish the Grand Canyon, in a place called Ash Fork, rather than in an expensive place next to it. This meant we still had a bit of a drive the following morning to get the Grand Canyon, but we were prepared for this. We shared the driving to Ash Fork along easy freeways, covering the few hundred miles with plenty of stops for …
... point & guano. At Guano Frankle actually walked all the way to the stop, well climbed to be honest, there was lots of huffing & puffing but he made it. Thankfully on way down we realised there were defibs available so Chris assisted!! After a few hours of walking we headed out on the scenic route towards Kingman. Here we visited Mother Road Harley shop to purchase our luggage racks, which Frankle & Chris probably wished we hadn't!! The fitting wasn't ...
... br> We finalised the purchase around 10.30am on Wednesday 29th October, then it was a quick trip of 6 miles down the road to the good old local Walmart Store for some supplies. We were lucky that the RV already had a heap of goodies left in it. We just needed to get some food, a few other items to make life easier on the road. This took around two hours (not my idea of a few items), but then again it was Walmart and Margaret ...
... vehicles away from Grand Canyon Village and some of the busier areas, but a peak time even the buses must have long lines of people wanting to sue them. When we were there at the point where one bus route met another there was a long line already forming for the bus, even at this time of year. This morning after a very quick breakfast, the kids and I caught the Canyon bus from the Camper Services, (where Neville volunteered to stay and do all the ...
... There the Canyon is narrower and the sides much steeper - just as beautiful and we are so glad we have seen them both. The South Rim has an established town in the park and is very busy with some shops and hotels - it doesn't detract from the beauty of the Canyon though as the town is well back from the Rim. The whole place was absolutely clean and tidy and the $16 entry fee is very well spent with ...