Ash Fork Inn
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... 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 ...
We slowly rolled out of the Grand Canyon campground this morning (and by slowly, I mean we woke up at 5am and didn't leave the park until about 930a)... With the last 2 nights of being under the stars, in the great outdoors, it's no wonder we were so disinterested in leaving. We woke up slow, packed things up, and went to the coffee shop down the road, where we swarmed the cashier with 31 requests for breakfast burritos and ...
... the train for our trip to Grand Canyon. Once there, we are met by the driver of our bus trip, but first we are taken to the hotel (that we will be spending the night at), and have our lunch before we go on our trip of the "rim". This is the first visit to this spectacular park for the kids (Nick and I were there over 40 years ago), and I am wondering if the long trip to get here will be worth it for them. And the answer, is "YES"...they are so excited ...
... than 3 hours, I decided to try a new experience and stay overnight in
a truck stop. One of my fellow campers in BC alerted me that I did not want to park near a refrigerated truck because the refrigerator cycles on/off during the night and can disturb sleep. I pulled into the truck stop and slowly made my way around the parking area. It seemed like ALL the trucks were refrigerated trucks, so I drove another 30 minutes to Williams and a real RV park.
... in Denny's. After coming out of the Mojave Desert, Needles is an oasis situated on the Colorado river, driving in from the Mojave Desert you can see a huge strip of green from about15k out. Needles is quite an interesting place, even though it is green from the Colorado River it is one of the hottest places in America. It has got to 60C, last year (Aug 2012) it had a thunderstorm and the rain temperature was the highest ever recorded in the world at 41C. The humidity ...