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The manga- 3 The Secret Ghost: We dallied for a while in town before making the 4 mile drive up the hill to our boondocking site in the Kaibab National Forest. This was a very pleasant area indeed, offering plenty of dispersed camping amongst the trees and with miles of forest trails just itching to be explored.
Being once again at high elevation, the temperatures were much more reasonable, and we slept well that night after traipsing through the forest and hanging off trees. The next day, we broke camp and headed into the park. As expected, the Grand Canyon was teeming with people, but luckily it was the end of the busy season and so we could still get the odd glimpse of the canyon through the masses. A cool architecturally designed historic building at Hermits Rest. Our legs a little shaky, we climbed back into the RV and drove east along Desert View Drive, stopping off occasionally to admire the views, but by this time our eyes had almost become blind to canyons.
Our final stop was at the Desert View Watchtower, then we were hoofing it down the road to our next destination. The state of our feet after the walk. The orangey areas are an accumulation of red canyon dust. An apparently literate elk, who was enjoying the potable water and who I had to ask to kindly move aside so I could get some.
In our minds eye, it had been far more definitive, with clearly demarcated canyon rims and a sharp drop downwards to the Colorado River far below. While the sharp drops were certainly present, in actuality the canyon was more open, and for some reason we found this vaguely disappointing. As we drove away from the park, however, we were able to enjoy a brief glimpse of our imagined canyon as the light died away — this was the Little Colorado River Canyon, and quite impressive to behold, despite being overshadowed by its greedy older brother.
With nary a backward glance, we roared down the road to our next adventure.