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Grand Canyon | Helicopter Tour | Williams AZ | RV Living!
After visiting the Sedona area, we wanted to move closer to the Grand Canyon! Neither of us had been to the Grand Canyon before and it was one of the first things we put on our must-see list once we knew we were going to do this RV thing!
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For this leg of our journey, we decided to stay at Railside RV Ranch ( which, you guessed it, is right beside the railway line that runs from Williams to the Grand Canyon. Luckily, that railway is strictly a passenger line and doesn't run late at night like the one in Williamsburg!
Williams is a very cool little town right along historic Route 66. There are plenty of shops, restaurants, and breweries and, of course, we frequented a bit of each.
The highlight of this location was obviously the grand canyon! We checked it out by truck, motorcycle, and HELICOPTER!
Since the day we started planning our adventures out west, we knew we wanted to take some kind of air tour of the Grand Canyon. Since our visit to the area happened to coincide with Tara's birthday, that seemed like the perfect time! I took a seaplane ride to the Dry Tortugas on my birthday, so fair is fair! ????
We picked Maverick Helicopter because that's just a really cool name (and they had great reviews)! ????
They are big helicopters, holding about 8 people each with great views in both the front and back seat. Luckily, we got a front seat! The tour takes off from Grand Canyon National Park Airport just inside the park on route 64. The first few minutes are fairly uneventful while flying over the forest. Forest...forest...forest... BAM!! The bottom of the world just drops out leaving us thousands of feet over the canyon! That was AMAZING! The entire flight, we were completely overwhelmed with spectacular views in every direction! There's just not much I can do to explain it in words. Good thing this is a video post! ????
We thoroughly enjoyed our time in Williams and the Grand Canyon.
Next up in our travels, we have our first long term true boondocking stay on Lone Rock Beach in Utah! Stay tuned! ????
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Set against the backdrop of seventy acres of water, Lennar’s Horizon at Estrella is part of the beautiful master planned community of Estrella. This world-class community, with hometown charm, is located in Goodyear in the West Valley. Conveniently south of the I-10 freeway and only 30 minutes from downtown Phoenix, Horizon at Estrella is the ideal location to enjoy your active lifestyle, with the convenience of the city close by. Estrella is an oasis in the desert that offers residents an endless variety of activities and adventures. On the north end of the community is the 24,000 square foot Starpointe Residents Club that features a water park, lap pool, fitness center, library, cafe, ballroom, youth center, basketball court and outdoor lounge area. The 72 acres of lakes surrounding Estrella, provide fun for everyone. Located on the North Lake, residents can rent a kayak, canoe or sailboat to relax on the water, catch an evening sunset or catch-and-release fish. And on the south end of the community is Presidio, Estrella’s newest 18,500 square-foot residents club in Montecito. This stylish gathering place is the center of activity for Estrella residents of all ages. Noteworthy features include a demonstration kitchen, a relaxing great room with a fireplace, a 3,400 square-foot fitness facility with state of the art equipment, and a sports lounge area to relax and recover afterwards. Our café is equipped with a full bar which will spice up your night and make Estrella living even sweeter. Presidio also provides residents with a robust variety of outdoor living features including a large patio, quaint sitting areas, a covered barbecue area, an event lawn, and a gorgeous pool and splash pad. In the middle of the community, Golf enthusiasts will enjoy playing 18 holes at the Golf Club of Estrella championship golf course and recapping the round over great meals and cocktails at the Player's Grill and Patio. There are over 30 parks within the Estrella community and neighborhoods, plus over 40 miles of trails and paths for hiking, running or mountain biking… so sunup to sundown, you are sure to have plenty of things to do. And right in the heart of the neighborhood, Horizon at Estrella has its own park featuring a tot lot and a covered Ramada with a picnic area. Estrella is part of the Liberty Elementary and Buckeye Union High School Districts. The Elementary, Middle and High Schools are all located within a short walk, bike ride or car ride from your home. Lennar, one of the nation’s leading homebuilders, offers spacious one story home designs in Horizon at Estrella, including 3 of Lennar’s Next Gen® - The Home with a Home®. Lennar is the first home builder to offer a home specifically designed for multigenerational living with innovative floor plans to accommodate your family without sacrificing your comfort. Life has been reimagined by Lennar. Everything’s Included® and every room is connected. Our Wi-Fi CERTIFIED Home Design is engineered to keep you connected, enjoying top name brand devices and a Wi-Fi Certified Home - ready for the future of new home technology. Our homes featured in Horizon at Estrella also include all of the green features and luxury designer upgrades that you have come to expect from Lennar. So whether you are a first time home buyer, wanting to upgrade, or looking for the perfect second home, Horizon at Estrella has what you are looking for. Come out and tour our beautifully decorated models that are open daily and meet one of our New Home Consultants, or for more information about Horizon at Estrella…call us at 800-864-1058 or visit
Zion National Park: 10 Things to Know Before You Go
Things YOU need to know before YOU go to Zion National Park in Utah. Zion National Park is big… 229 square miles! Zion's perpendicular cliffs are nearly 3,000 feet high. Unlike other canyon parks - where many visitors view the canyons from their rims - Zion draws visitors to its floor. Elevation: Lowest 3,666 ft and a high elevation of 8,726 ft at Horse Ranch Mountain.
Admission is for a week
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Zion is located in the South west corner of Utah.
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Driving time that’s about 3 hours from Vegas, 4.5 hours from Salt Lake City, or 8 hours from Los Angeles
There’s a couple of other small airports closer by, Saint George is just 49 miles from the park, and Cedar City is 60 miles
In the high season Summer & WInter Holidays, you have to take a shuttle in to the park, so you have to park your car in Springdale.
If you want to drive your car in, most people recommend getting in by 10am before all the lots fill up.
Springdale operates a shuttle service within the town to take you from your parking lot or hotel to the park entrance.
The NPS operates another shuttle that runs on the scenic drive in the park making 9 stops.
There are 2 visitor centers, the main one in Springdale, and another, the Kolob Canyon Visitor Center is located off of Interstate 15 at the west entrance of the park
4 options in the park
3 Campgrounds -- only the Watchman Campground is open year round
1 Hotel, the Zion Lodge -- in 2019 it’s about $220 a night
Reservations for the Lodge can be made up to 13 months in advance. Starting with the 1st of each month, the calendar opens for that whole month in the following year. The Lodge books quickly
But tons of hotels just outside the park in Springdale.
You can also stay in St. George which is about a 45 minute drive from the park.
What to bring:
Everything you need to be in a canyon for day, at least water, sunscreen. You can refill your water in the park at the Zion Lodge, Campgrounds, or Visitors Centre.
And if you’re hungry, the Zion Lodge serves breakfast and dinner… or pack a picnic from the supermarket in Springdale.
Rositas in Springdale -- pretty good Santa Fe Style Mexican food
Yes -- Zion has a subway! But it’s not a mode of transportation - it’s a hiking trail! It’s so popular, it requires permits in advance that are gained through a lottery. And it’s hard! Think rappelling with 60 feet of rope, and swimming through cold murky water!
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The park is open year round. Most visitors come during Spring and Fall. Campgrounds March-October. There are fewer visitors December - March (with the exception of Christmas break).
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Horse Back Riding
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RIde a bike
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Nevada's Devils Hole has been the source of controversy for years. Over the years many conspiracy theories have surfaced revolving around what lies beneath the waters of Devil's Hole.
Death Valley is a National Park in North America known for being the driest and hottest place on the continent. Over one million people travel here annually to visit the Park and enjoy the amazing sights Death Valley has to offer but Death Valley is home to more than just amazing sights. Death Valley is also home to strange features surrounded by terrifying stories and legends.
Nevada's Devil’s Hole has captured the curiosity of many for centuries. The earliest writings of this strange anomaly date back all the way to when the Paiute Indians inhabited Ash Meadows.To put that into perspective, The Paiute Indians began to occupy the Ash Meadows area over 9,000 years ago. During their time here, the Paiute wrote warning tales about Devil’s Hole depicting creatures known as “Water Babies”. These Warning Tales described a creature who would surface and swallow swimmers if they swam in the warm waters for too long. Other tales suggested that a evil giant lived in the mountain springs and caves and would come down and eat unsuspecting victims right from the shore of devils hole.
Ancient Paiute Legend describes Devil’s Hole as being a portal to the a sacred city beneath Death Valley called Shinauav, meaning Ghost Land. One legend surrounding the small pool describes a maiden who fell into the hole and was immediately drug underwater. Day’s later the maiden re-appeared next to a nearby stream. It is believed by some that the maiden was drug to the underworld city and held there for days before being released.
In the late 1960’s, Charles Manson begun a commune that would later be known as “The Manson Family”. Manson convinced his followers that he was re-embodiment of Jesus Christ and that they were the original Christians.
During the Manson Family reign of terror, they would be involved in several high profile crimes including the gruesome murder of pregnant actress Sharon Tate and four others in her home on August 9,1969 as well as the attempted assassination of United States President Gerald Ford in Sacramento.
Manson took interest in finding Devil’s Hole after hearing an old Paiute legend that described a portal in Death Valley that led to underworld city in which the rivers ran upside down. He hoped that he would be able to find the entrance or portal to this underworld city in order to protect his “family” during the on coming race war he was predicting. He hoped that by finding the portal to this underworld his family would be able to live in peace and have all their needs provided for.
In 1965, four friends, 19 y/o Paul Giancontieri,, a cafeteria worker at the Nevada Test Site, his 20 y/o Brother in Law David Rose, who worked for one of the Las Vegas Casinos, along 19 year old Bill, and his younger brother Jack Alter, set out to go scuba dive inside the warm waters of Devil’s Hole. Equipped with very little gear, the four hiked up the steep barren hillside overlooking a ranch in the vast Desert landscape. Once finished climbing the hillside the group then had to follow a rocky trail that led straight to Devil’s Hole. Once the boys arrived, they quickly began scramble underneath the fence and then race down the 30 foot rocky descent to reach the dark, murky waters of Devil’s Hole. After suiting up with Scuba Tanks,Snorkel Masks, and dive lights the boys begun their dive into the deep, ominous waters of Devil’s Hole
Jack Alter, Bill’s little brother, decided to remain at the surface, just in case anything went wrong. A little past Midnight, David and Bill resurfaced from the dive. After waiting for a while for Paul, they begun to worry when he had still not re surfaced. The boys decided to wait for a little longer for their friend, but still there was no sight of Paul, so David and Bill made the fateful decision to dive back down into the dark depths of Devil’s Hole to try and find their lost friend. Bill followed David down as they descended 175 feet through the dark, eerie waters in hopes of finding their friend. As the water got darker and deeper however the boys were separated from one another. This time, only one diver would resurface. Bill and Jack Alter would be the only two to walk away from Devils Hole that Night.
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Darren and Jill are at a desert oasis enjoying the warmer weather with Polaris World. They are in Mesquite Nevada enjoying an ATV adventure. There are tons of trails and activities for your family to enjoy in this area.
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