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Navajo Nation, Parks & Recreation
Needless to say, Monument Valley is a Photographer's Paradise of color and contrasts. I will attempt to live up to my formal experience with the following images.
|A panorama shot from The View Lodge|
|A pano from the Loop Trail|
RV PARK REVIEW - Goulding's Lodge Campground
Hmm, the highest priced park we stayed in, the entire trip. We paid $70 for one night with a Good Sam discount!! Add filthy bathrooms, a lousy wi-fi signal, cramped quarters. I rate this place a 2 of 10 and only deserving points for the close proximity to the tribal park. Without question, these rip off artists need some serious competition!
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RV Park Reviews
Grand Canyon National Park
We had my wife's sister aboard for the trip from Silverton, Colorado to Las Vegas, NV and we agreed that it would be a fitting surprise for her to see the Grand Canyon again, having last visited when she was a very young child.
We entered from the east side on the south rim and stopped first at "The Tower". This attraction had a good number of vistors that by all indications were made up @ 60% foreign countries. I say "thank you, we appreciate the business you bring. I hope you enjoyed your stay, and lastly please come again".
|Pano from The Tower edge of the Canyon|
|Just something neat @ The Tower|
We had planned to take lunch at the Yavapai Lodge but, there was certainly no room to park our rig as we had before.
I loathe crowds but, I have to be happy for the Park and it's employees that are enjoying a high visitor rate this year.
|Pano from Mather Point|