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... to stay. However because we would be getting to our destination when it was getting dark and it was our first time to "hook up" with this vehicle we opted to keep to the freeway. On our return, if we happen to come this way the Route 66 drive is a must.
Williams is the place where you can board the train for a great trip to the Grand Canyon.
There is a Cowboy show prior to boarding the train and entertainment on the way there ...
... turn, so that from the lookout we could about 5 loops! Then it was on past Mexican Hat, which is a hat like rock balancing on a thin pillar, and then we came across signs which said the highway was reduced to 5kms of narrow gravel, with steep gradients and switchbacks! Quite surprising seeing that we were hooking along a state highway at 110kph. We quickly had our answer as the road plunged 1000 metres down a vertical cliff, with the narrow gravel road doubling back on itself ...
... two of us were once again very much the odd ones out. In order to get away from these pros we took the bus to the end of the canyon and undertook another Riverside walk. Here we took the two mile trip to the Zion Narrows, where we encountered seriously overfreindly squirrels looking for food. With the heat increasing by the minute, we decided our next venture would be the aptly named Weeping Rock. This easy climb took us to a point where sandstone and shales layers formed in such a ...
The ride from the Four Corners to just north of Flagstaff, AZ was filled with beautiful views. Darren and I agree since we got off I-10 in Texas the scenery can change dramatically every 5 to 10 miles. What an experience – who knew there was so much beauty in nature.
We stopped at Doc Holliday's Steakhouse and enjoyed a wonderful steak and all the fixins’ complete with live entertainment.
Off to Kingman for the night via ...
... br> around the “Island”. We got to see where cliff dwellers built their homes and
storage rooms and raised their families. Amazing and you know……not one of them was
an engineer or architect…go figure, over 800 years old and they would still be
standing whole (not ruins) if it weren’t for all the ...