Monthly Archives: October 2016

Hoover Dam and Hillary Campaign Bus

Peg and I took a return trip to Hoover Dam and this time we drove to the parking garage rather than walk the railroad tunnel trail. Made for a much nicer visit. Of course, I never thought about security which … Continue reading

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Glen Canyon Dam, Lake Powell, Horseshoe Bend of the Colorado and Antelope Point Marina

We camped out in Page, Arizona just past the Glen Canyon Dam. The dam is impressive and very different than Hoover. Of course, Lake Powell was at 53% of capacity which leaves the big bathtub ring. Horseshoe Bend was a super view, if … Continue reading

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North and South Rims of the Grand Canyon, Navajo Bridge, and the Vermillion Cliffs

Our Grand Canyon visits were great! It was our first visit to the North Rim and it was spectacular. The views were wonderful with the weather being a bit cool at 9000 feet. We ate lunch in one of the … Continue reading

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Yosemite

This post is well past its expiration date due to lousy internet and phone connections combined with the activities surrounding the sale of Koala-T-Time; however, do not let that take away from the majesty of Yosemite. We were there in … Continue reading

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Bridgeport RV Park and Marina

We had a nice time at Bridgeport. The resevoir was very low; however, it is used for irrigation and it is Fall. In the Spring the lake is high enough that the marina is open for boating and fishing. This … Continue reading

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