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Mules can look very similar to horses but a noticeable difference is their body is wider than a horse, their ears are longer, and their feet are significantly smaller.
Like, not just their hoof size but also the width apart in their stride. I read up about mules before signing up for the ride because I wanted to make sure they are treated well not just for this riding experience, but in how they are trained and how they are cared for.
This is not a situation like elephants being beaten into submission for riding purposes in Thailand, this is like riding a horse that has learned how to wear a saddle and a person.
The mules at the Grand Canyon all have names and personalities, and the wranglers obviously love them to pieces. They are all very well taken care of, are surprisingly happy to receive affection my son and I both gave our mules lots of scritches, hugs, and kisses, as well as an apple to eat before our ride back up the following morning and they get rotated out after a ride so a new set of mules do the trip the next day while the others rest.
How cool is that? When we started the ride, I fully expected to be terrified of the height because I am afraid of heights but I was quickly distracted by how freaking beautiful it was down inside the canyon.
I had no idea how green it was down there! We went downhill a lot, walked along a stream, and several times, we would go back up quite a bit in altitude and then back down, before getting to Phantom Ranch where we would spend the night on the other side of the Colorado River, down at the very bottom.
It was a huge lesson in trust and patience, for sure. They replace those planks about every 5 years so they remain strong.
But I just kept reminding myself in the years of the Grand Canyon being a national park, with mule rides being a thing there this whole time, no mule has ever fallen off the cliffs or off the bridge.
Another lesson in trust, I suppose. Dinner would be at 5, so they recommended going for a walk around the camp and back out to the Colorado River where there was a separate suspension bridge people could walk across no people allowed on the mule bridge.
My son and I powered through and made the half mile walk back out to the river and walked across that bridge on principle, and then dragged ourselves back to our cabin to nap, where I only managed to sleep for 20 minutes but he slept for an hour.
We got up and checked out more of the camp and then headed to dinner in the dining hall, where our group sat together at a long picnic table, and the other campers who had signed up ahead of time for a meal sat at two other long tables, and we all ate a family-style steak dinner cooked and served by staff who live down there.
They offered to answer any camp related questions we had, so someone asked if they live down there year-round.
Turns out they agree to one year on the job, where they work 10 days on, and 4 days off. But they all seemed to love it and obviously knew what they were signing up for when they got the job, so kudos to them for that commitment.
I barely made it through dinner when total exhaustion hit and I could not keep my eyes open. My son managed to stay awake until 8 because he had napped longer than I did but we both slept straight through the night.
We had to drop our supply bag off to be loaded back on the mules by am, eat breakfast at am, and then be ready to get back on our mules for the 5 hour, 7 mile ride out of the canyon, by 7am.
We rode out of the camp and stopped along the Colorado River to watch the sun come up over the canyon wall, went back across the mule bridge, and up to the left for our new trail out.
We stopped many times to give the mules a break, and to take a drink of water and have our brains adjust to the altitude change.
There was one stop where I actually felt a little woozy but knowing what it was, I made sure to drink plenty of water and take several slow, deep breaths to get enough oxygen.
That side of the canyon is where you can really see the vastness and because of that, you become very aware of how high up you are. When the ride was over, I had two water blisters on two fingers and a hunk of skin torn off one knuckle because I had been holding on to the saddle horn for dear life on many of those switchbacks.
Was it worth it? When we got back up to the top, we all received a silly, funny certificate for completing this journey that not many people accomplish.
We opted to spend the rest of the day lounging in our hotel room, only leaving to walk out to the rim to watch the sunset one last time, and falling asleep by 8pm.
Pretty sucky. First, the food. The food in the hotel restaurants I have eaten at 3 restaurants up there is definitely above average. When booking the mule ride, they ask if anyone in your party is vegetarian or gluten or dairy intolerant, which is nice because they want to accommodate you for the boxed lunch you get halfway down on the first day, and your dinner and breakfast down at the ranch.
My son does not digest red meat well at all and steak was the only meat being cooked for dinner at the ranch, so I had to request vegetarian for him for everything.
But he also cannot handle gluten and REALLY cannot handle dairy and even though I mentioned all of these things, he was given a veggie wrap in his boxed lunch that had a flour tortilla and cream cheese inside.
There were other snacks that were gluten free in the box, as well as baby carrots and an apple, so he ate those things instead, plus he brought a big bag of macadamia nuts so he munched on those, too.
At the ranch, he could eat the baked potato and the salad, but not the carrots because they were cooked in butter. She is no big talker but is most times clocked hand-in-hand with her husband during most public events.
Likewise, Anne has not mentioned to the public any detail as regarding her early days and family. However, as a result of constantly yearly celebrated birthdays, we figured out that she was born in the United States on the 8th day in the month of August However, she has successfully concealed the details of the educational institutes that formed her.
When she does, we promise to do an update as soon as possible. Before meeting her eventual husband, Anne Wheaton attended cosmetology classes at night while working as a hairstylist during the day.
We never thought of it as, "Yay! You're going to have a paycheck! He came home, and he said, "Oh my god, they're all so nice!
We just thought, what a once-in-a-lifetime experience. And then he was asked to come in again. They like me, and they want me on this thing! Anne : I've only missed maybe two tapings!
I went several times, then our son Ryan went with him one of the times I really like it too, and I love seeing how much he loves being part of that, so that's cool.
Anne: Yeah, they're all the nicest people, and it's so funny because the first couple of times he did some episodes, I asked Wil, "Is Sheldon [Jim Parsons] or Leonard [Johnny Galecki] as nerdy in person?
I was terrified. I had my friend do my hair and my makeup. I went out and looked for a dress, and I was a single mom so I couldn't afford anything.
People born in the Year of the Rooster are honest, observant and hardworking. They seldom rely on other people in daily life, which can make them impatient when dealing with others.
Anne Wheaton has a ruling planet of Sun. Like many celebrities and famous people, Anne keeps her love life private. Check back often as we will continue to update this page with new relationship details.
She has not been previously engaged. Wil Wheaton is a 48 year old American Actor. His zodiac sign is Leo. Born Anne L. Prince on 8th August, in United States, she is famous for Neverland.
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