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Old 02-12-2015, 11:07 PM   #31711
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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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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!
You de teacher, 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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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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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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Old 02-12-2015, 11:15 PM   #31712
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Old 02-12-2015, 11:18 PM   #31713
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Old 02-13-2015, 12:49 AM   #31714
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Old 02-13-2015, 01:20 AM   #31715
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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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Old 02-13-2015, 02:04 AM   #31716
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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.
I did Bryce Canyon on horseback. There's a totally amazing perspective when you look up to see the formations rather than looking down. This was before the new knees and there was zero chance of me hiking down. It was worth the $ in my book. And the high altitude makes it harder to do anything strenuous.

Now donkeys down into the Grand Canyon? I dunno if I'd do that.
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Old 02-13-2015, 07:03 AM   #31717
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Ok anyone know about the train ride? Sounds good, a steam train chugging along, a cool beverage, yep sounds interesting!

Yes. Sue and I and a friend from UK went on that train ride a few years back. Excellent! The package included two nights in the GCR motel in Williams and a couple or so in the Madgwick (sp) Lodge at the south rim. There was no dining car but all cars had singing cowboy entertainers. A bunch of them, called the Cataract Creek Gang staged a gun fight with the local Marshall in Williams before we boarded the train (which was hauled by diesel, not steam unfortunately) and later stopped and boarded the train on our way back from the rim, demanding money to pay for Breakfast at McDonalds. Great experience and highly recommended.

Whilst at the rim, the three of us took a side combo trip - a flight over the canyon to Page then a guided tour by Navahos in 4x4s to a slot canyon called Antelope canyon then a smooth water raft ride down the Colorado from the dam at Lake Powell to Lee"s Ferry ( including an on shore buffet lunch) and finally a bus ride home to the lodge. A truly memorable trip, enhanced by the fact that the organizers had lost our reservation in their computer and the plane was full. They then called in another pilot and he took the three of us privately in a little 182 on the first leg to Page.

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When I see nature, whether from looking down or looking up, or even looking thru trees...... I see beauty, i see art, but i see science, i see history, i see cultures before me, and it is all so AWESOME...... We are just so fortunate to be where we are.
To be able to be a RVMutant is just another great thing
Lol On a lighter note, i dont ever count the rock layers, or the elevation.... Those are numbers.....

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Yes. Sue and I and a friend from UK went on that train ride a few years back. Excellent! The package included two nights in the GCR motel in Williams and a couple or so in the Madgwick (sp) Lodge at the south rim. There was no dining car but all cars had singing cowboy entertainers. A bunch of them, called the Cataract Creek Gang staged a gun fight with the local Marshall in Williams before we boarded the train (which was hauled by diesel, not steam unfortunately) and later stopped and boarded the train on our way back from the rim, demanding money to pay for Breakfast at McDonalds. Great experience and highly recommended.

Whilst at the rim, the three of us took a side combo trip - a flight over the canyon to Page then a guided tour by Navahos in 4x4s to a slot canyon called Antelope canyon then a smooth water raft ride down the Colorado from the dam at Lake Powell to Lee"s Ferry ( including an on shore buffet lunch) and finally a bus ride home to the lodge. A truly memorable trip, enhanced by the fact that the organizers had lost our reservation in their computer and the plane was full. They then called in another pilot and he took the three of us privately in a little 182 on the first leg to Page.

Happy days!
Wow Daddy Warbucks I want to go on a trip with you! Martin it sounds like y'all saw it all. Sounded like a really nice trip, thanks for passing along the info.
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Did I mention strawberries in one of my previous posts? Well, this morning I rustled up some sausage, bacon, pancakes topped with strawberries and whipped cream. As #1 always says, om num gooooooood.
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Did I mention strawberries in one of my previous posts? Well, this morning I rustled up some sausage, bacon, pancakes topped with strawberries and whipped cream. As #1 always says, om num gooooooood.
Yum...!
Looking good Steve. Sure wish we were all going to Disneyworld. :(
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Did I mention strawberries in one of my previous posts? Well, this morning I rustled up some sausage, bacon, pancakes topped with strawberries and whipped cream. As #1 always says, om num gooooooood.

Makes the Corn Chex in front of me pale in comparrison, Steve! I would have described just the strawberries and whipped cream as omnom, but you carried it on to true OMNOM!
Happy BurFday Sweet Annie! What nifty gifts did you get from 'ol 2? Where is he taking you for fine eats?
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