BEST WESTERN Red Hills
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Good Room with Balcony! Creaky Floors! Great restaurant next door!
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Since this was our last day in the desert for a while, and we were planning on doing some hiking, we better get an early start before the heat of the day, and with any luck we would be into more temperate climates by the afternoon. We had wanted to take a ride through the Vegas Strip at night on the bike but by the time we got back last night and …
... away from the grass. That way we were able to get Tex to a potty call without hot footing it.
Back to Kaibab. As we drove in on the gravel road (the same one behind our site) to the campground we saw a sign scenic views 39 miles. After setting up camp and going to the welcome center for maps we decided to check these out. It was just about 5:00 when we started out for this short trip. Because this is Arizona and they do not do daylight savings time dark was at 7:00; lots of time ...
... trees and the two feeders. We started our tour at the Visitor's Center with a short video and then we loaded into vans to tour the property. Our driver was also our tour guide and we learned about each of the different specialty areas. We went into one of the cat and one of the dog houses where we got to play with the residents. As we drove by some of the other dog houses, we could see well-taken care of, happy dogs running and playing outside, even the ones ...
... has never heard that word before and that apple is manzana in Spanish. 10 year olds are extremely literal. Ranger Dan has lots of stories and the 10 minute Rim Walk from Sunset Point to Sunrise Point take an hour and ½.
We learned a lot about the topography of Bryce Canyon from Ranger Dan from Maryland. Bryce Canyon was originally a lake and that that the rock layers are sediments left millions of years ago from the lake. Then ...
... and used the word “trailhead,” but both of these would lead you astray because what we actually did is walk up a river (literally knee deep in water walking against the river current). It went against all my instincts to completely submerge my running sneakers in water and keep them under water for several hours. I know it might seem like this is the worst idea for a hike of all time, but I assure you that the beauty of the ...