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Aujourd'hui, Bryce Canyon nous attend !
Et cette galerie à ciel ouvert se mérite. La route est longue pour
arriver jusque là bas, c'est pourquoi nous nous levons quasiment
avec le soleil. Le petit déjeuner n'est pas encore ouvert. On décide
donc de prendre la route et de s'arrêter en chemin. Pas vraiment de
quoi se restaurer en …
... Coach. I'll post some photos before we make a decision, with your input, of course. I'm leaning toward a male name this time, just to give you an idea where I'm coming from.
We just turned off the AC and will be hitting the rack soon, a bit early, due to the time change. We'll be in Mesa on Thursday. I admit that I'm getting excited to see the coach in person.
Thanks for your patience and for following along with us on this ride...
... two black widow spiders and now realize what to look out for to recognize them. (very large, disorganized webs and they usually are curled into a ball, rather than spread out). A 20 minute hike again back to the Hummer and off-road back to the home base. I loved it!
We grabbed a quick lunch, changed our clothes and then we were ready for the next part of our adventure...rafting on the Colorado River. For this, we got on ...
... and you need a proper tripod). The lady in the store tells us of some of the pics in the shop and she mentioned that the light in Horseshoe Bend is nice during the day so we go back to take some pics.
Its a bit of a walk when we get there, you go up a sandy hill then down a rocky path to the end of the trail. The scene that awaits you is stunning. The horseshoe bend is a sandstone structure where the Colorado river runs a permanent ring around ...
... was desert (and fairly deserted) everywhere and very hot, which gets boring after a while. There was a short 16 mile detour (and another $20 collected from us) to see the ‘Four Corners’ monument. We queued for 10 minutes or so to stand on the spot where Colorado, Arizona, Utah and New Mexico meet. From memory, Olav was in Utah, Oscar took Arizona, Astrid was New Mexico and I got Colorado. A couple of people did handstands on ...