Posted by: Hereandthere40 | March 26, 2012


(By Heidi Gregory and Lucas Rokosz)

On our first day in Williams, Arizona we stopped into the local jeep tour shop on Main Street along Route 66.  Nearly all of the tours seemed overpriced for the services offered.  Since both of us are from Michigan, we asked if there was a place nearby that we could swim.  The guy pointed to a poster on the wall that said Diamond Creek Road, with a picture of the Colorado River flowing through the bottom of the Grand Canyon.  “That’s the only place I’d recommend swimming around here, all the other places are muddied up from the cattle.  The road is very rough and requires a jeep or 4×4,” the guy in Ranger Rick gear informed us.   The price on the poster said $250.00 per person, with lunch included.  We both smiled and thanked him for the information, but clearly would not…

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