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We are now pushing North through central USA to get to Alaska by mid July. All is going well except for a fault in Colin's bike. Hope to get it sorted in Salt Lake City.
Temperatures here are high, especially for us Kiwis. Phoenix, Arizona got to 44 degrees C. Even at higher altitudes (over 5,000 feet) the afternoon temperatures have been in the mid 30's. To an extent we have eased the pain by leaving early (5 or 6 ...
... that these diesel electrics are re-furbished from the 1940-60’s... and it’s the same with the cars... Since real passenger rail cars haven’t been manufactured in 50 years... The railway has had to shift to buying old cars and refurbishing them.
A great example of the re-furbishing program is the 2 years spent on the “Fred Harvey Dome Car”... ...
... we had to descend through tunnels and chains and ladders. On the chains and ladders, it was very slippery because of all of the mist that Mooney falls was generating. Once we had reached the bottom, we started to hike towards Beaver falls, which was 3 miles away. We also saw a lot of trees. The bottom of the Grand Canyon is very lush. We hiked for a while, then we reached a side canyon. This canyon was called Ash canyon. We hiked into the canyon, ...
... I-40 where it replaces much of the inter joining towns. Passing over a lake shown on the sat nav, which was actually a dried out lake with not a drop of water in sight. Coming up to the entrance for Williams, was a theme park Bearizona, within the Kaibab national forest. The town itself was a little further around the mountain. Williams - our stop for the night arriving about 3.30pm with blazing heat and sunshine. We drove from bottom to the very top end of town, seeing what ...
... With an array of colours and landforms as far as the eye could see, this view took the crown of best view we have enjoyed lunch in. And there have been many! From here we began our drive back to the entrance of the park enjoing half a dozen stops at the park's vista points. The best of which was certainly the Grand Staircase Escalantae Monument. With each stop, a different view of the canyon was offered and hopefully the pictures do some justice as to why many people claim Bryce to ...