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- Free parking
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... empty Cicada shells attached to trees. We took a lot of them, and stuck them to our clothes. After a while, we finally made it to Beaver falls. Beaver falls is the farthest beavers go upstream. It isn't a giant waterfall, but instead a series of small waterfalls that create pools of water.
We climbed down some ladders and reached Beaver falls. After spending some time there, we climbed back out, and had lunch. After lunch, we hiked back to our ...
... construction of the Hoover Dam and is the largest reservoir in the United States.
Large trucks, RV's and similar vehicles are not allowed to pass over the actual dam any more for security reasons. When we were here last time they were building a road above the dam with the pylons high enough to give you a nose bleed. They must have been over one hundred feet higher than the road across the dam.
This is now finished and is ...
... was a little rundown, it was clean, comfortable, and it had a massive indoor pool which thrilled the kids. A wonderful day.
Tomorrow, we are off to Sedona for two nights, and then we are heading to Scottsdale for five days. We are staying at Westin Kierlands Resort. The resort has a water park and a Flowrider which teaches people to surf. Can you imagine how excited EC and Jack are?
We hope you are all well. ...
... of Mexican food for dinner, starting in nice restaurants, yet ending in deep fried burritos from Dairy Queen.
- A moment perfectly filled with humour and nostalgia. As Josh recalled a moment from when he was at the Canyon with his family eight years ago and witnessed your classic tourist announcing to anyone and everyone who would listen, and many who didn't want to listen, how incredible it must have been to have first discovered the canyon. At what Josh swears is exactly the ...
... it look legit to people in the know, like myself of course. Anyway, we went into the "Famous Planes Museum" and paid our 12 bucks. The nose art was awesome. We got back to camp, dropped off the dogs, and headed into Williams Arizona. Williams is the last town on Route 66 to be bypassed by Interstate 40. If you haven't been there, GO! It's like Radiator Springs in the movie Cars. We got to see it in a torrential downpour, where ...