Mormon Lake Lodge
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- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... exhilarating, exciting even! Of course, I know in the end the house always wins and you will inevitably take home a hell of a lot less than you stated with, bi that didn't stop each big win becoming more and more addictive! In the end, we spent quite a few hours in the casino before eventually receding ourselves to defeat and retreating to the relative safety of our room before the evenings jaunts. On Sunday evening, we pretty much played ...
... R66 shopping. Finally took advantage of some great photo opportunities with local vehicular celebs.
The Sat Nav told us it was a mere 1 hr 23 min through Flagstaff to the Barringer Crater so off we went. The crater is something I've longed to see since I can remember. My Dad had this A2 sized Reader's Digest Nature book (that I am now in ownership of - thanks Dad!) that has a picture of the crater. And true to the promise - we arrived at this bloody great big hole ...
... learned that the electricity on the camper wasn't working properly, which mean no a/c, no outlets in the camper, no fans - no nothing. I took the kids to the pool and Abe began his diligent work figuring out what was wrong. After 3 hours and a trip to the hardware store, he was able to restore electric to the unit. Call him MyGyver -- he fixed it, yet again. While waiting for the camper to either 1) be fixed or 2) make reservations at a motel, the kids and I got some lunch ...
... repair. Abe was bushed after all the handyman activity. We hung out for a bit, had a snack, and then drove to the Visitor's Center to get oriented. Along with 40 million other people (this was the most packed I'd ever seen a park), we got some information from the folks at the Center and then walked a bit of the rim trial that extends just behind the Center. Our first views of the Canyon were, while crowded, incredible. It just can't be described fully -- there must be ...
... some talks, to catch up with friends and aquaintences and to hear the latest in the overlanding world.
As we had just aquired a Four Wheel Pop-up Camper (see: www.fourwheelcampers.com) we took up residence on their stand along with a dozen of other happy owners. It was a good couple of days but we wanted to head on and ind ourselves some new country to camp in. ...