LuLu's Sleep Ezze Motel
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... ABS and the master cylinder was broken. What a scary thought had it happened in these hills with the trailer on. What a strange time to happen. So now we are stuck in Page and just hoping they can get it fixed by the morning. They have the parts on the way, but it is 50/50 if they will make it tomorrow. The plan is I will head out in the AM. If the parts do not come in I will come back and pick up Paul's RV to take to Bryce NP. Check in tomorrow to see what ...
As we head out to dinner we see a cool sunset (Hinesh wishes he was at the Horseshoe again taking pics). The rains have come in the afternoon and the clouds are quite dark so the pinks are showing nicely.
Dinner is at Dennys again and we share a salmon dish with rice and broccoli and a chocolate brownie with vanilla ice cream nom nom.
We leave Page tomorrow for Zion, happy that we took the detour to visit this really pretty spot of America.
... the cliffs overlooking the Colorado River just downstream from Glen Canyon Dam. We were surprised at the sheer number of people there. I would almost hazard a guess that there were more people there that we’ve seen on the entire trip so far. The girls were interested in peeking over the cliffs, but quickly retreated away from the edge after they saw how far down it was! They played quite nicely with each other in the sand and ...
... to trade sites. He has a big class A and the site he is in is too small. We walk down to see his site and realize he is really in the wind, so we don't want to do the switch. As we are walking back the German calls me over and his wife, who can speak a little english, asks if we can help with their furnace. I go back and hook us up and then head back to see what the Germans are up to. Turns out their furnace won't shut off. They rented the RV yesterday in Vegas and its ...
... pics and admired the view. It wasn't the best time (11.30am) for pics, but what the hell - it was still spectacular!
Wandered east along the road where we were lucky enough to spy a lone coyote running across the road 20-30metres in front of us.
Gave up with Grandview Point, which was crowded, made worse by a poorly parked car that stopped a bus getting out of the parking area. We done a lap and gave up.