Williams Grand Canyon Travelodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... high & dry in the desert tonight. Had a great natter with my folks, before packing up our old kit bags. Once packed and ready to roll, Andy announces there are a couple of geo-caches in our vicinity. It was bound to happen at some point, and with time on our hands we found both caches before setting off. He found #6 by the Butterfield stage coach, this had been the tiniest of our finds & found #7 behind teepee no.4 at the Wigwam Village, hidden amongst the prickly ...
... than the way up! There was another time zone change on the way - Arizona does not have daylight saving, so we gained an hour - and when we reached Flagstaff we decided to push on the remaining 50kms to Williams where we catch the Grand Canyon Train tomorrow. Collected our tickets at the station on the way past and then found a motel where we will spend a couple of nights! Our train leaves tomorrow at 9.15am and we get about 3 hrs at the Canyon before returning to Williams at ...
... favourite national park!
Our next days journey into Bryce was undertaken following the Sat Nav this time, reducing the journey to just over an hour! To kick off our day of hiking we took the shuttle to Bryce Point where we walked the 1.5 mile rim trail to Inspiration Point. Here we enjoyed the park from an entirely new perspective, with the Bryce ampitheatre providing spectacular viewing. Unfortunately our leisurely walk was interupted by the thunder storm seemingly following ...
... as we walked through the ruins of cave dwellings and round Kievers. Fascinating. Lunch at Spruce Tree area where we also visited the Spruce Tree Cliff dwelling and the wonderful Museum which featured dioramas that depicted life in the cliff dwellings as well as a great interpretive video. We then did the rim driving loop before leaving the park heading for Pergosa Springs. ...
... Tetons, Jackson Hole, Nevada and the Southwest ... I think you get the idea... I think that Jim and I have more "one on one time" than any other friend in my life except for family... It's with great sorrow that I share his passing... and it’s with the celebration of life that we continue to travel... but it’s uncanny how simple things bring back memories... Stoffel has been in renal failure for the past couple ...