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Old 02-12-2015, 09:37 PM   #31697
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Old 02-12-2015, 09:37 PM   #31698
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Hey Tim you sound like me, I don't hike anywhere. For us one full day at the canyon was plenty. We stayed at Williams for three days spending one at the canyon.


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You and Tim too chicken for the donkey ride? It is awesome!
It's either that or sit on yer arse
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Old 02-12-2015, 09:40 PM   #31699
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You and Tim too chicken for the donkey ride? It is awesome!
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Hey if I wanna go down I will take an elevator. Look down or look up you see the cliffs the same way.


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Old 02-12-2015, 09:48 PM   #31700
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I wonder if they look the same from the North rim?


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Old 02-12-2015, 09:52 PM   #31701
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You and Tim too chicken for the donkey ride? It is awesome!
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I orginally booked that mule train but opted out when I found out there wasn't a dining car.
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We stayed at Williams for three days spending one at the canyon.
Has anyone taken the Steam Train out to the Canyon from Williams. I would be willing to bet this one has a dining car.
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I'll ride a donkey down when donkeys talk!
Oh wait one did, see Numbers 22!
Still not interested in riding a winding narrow trail to bottom only to look up.
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Old 02-12-2015, 10:04 PM   #31704
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Has anyone taken the Steam Train out to the Canyon from Williams. I would be willing to bet this one has a dining car.
Ok anyone know about the train ride? Sounds good, a steam train chugging along, a cool beverage, yep sounds interesting!
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Old 02-12-2015, 10:06 PM   #31705
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You and Tim too chicken for the donkey ride? It is awesome!
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And the problem with the alternative is what?
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Old 02-12-2015, 10:07 PM   #31706
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ya know... when I try that the pic turns back sideways unless I go into the settings and tell it not to do that....
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As Wayne says to know us is to love us...... And i dooooooooooo.

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Di if we're going to meet up with Possum and Dogpatch this fall do you think teaching some Kanadian speaking lessons would be a good idea at the April GC? Aye!
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Wayne whatcha mean? I'm just as sweet as can be! Hey I was a Cub Scout and am still kind, courteous, considerate, thrifty, brave and clean!But I don't multi- task like I did in my younger years.

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Oh! So now you are a tongue biter. Good fer u.

p.s., when you coming down again?

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A friend here in TC (yes, I do have more than one) took the four legged trip to the Canyon floor. He described it as a scary experience if you looked down. Those Mules/Donkeys/Jackasses (whatever they were) are as sure footed as anything. He said that in many places it was so narrow that looking at their feet was scary, but they made it down and back up. Sorry, not for me. I can get dizzy looking down from a step stool. (Not really, but i think I might have to pee!)

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Has anyone taken the Steam Train out to the Canyon from Williams. I would be willing to bet this one has a dining car.
I forgot about that. That would be a nice trip.
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When I was a kid... we took the mules down and back up... what scared me was how fast the supply mule trains ran down those switchbacks! we had to wait off to the side when a couple were going down... they move fast...and are very sure footed.
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