On October 13th, I took pictures in the Grand Canyon and Sedna for a monthly sewing trip project.
This time, we received applications for a total of four people, two girls aged 10 and 14 for the Grand Canyon edition, and two women in their 40s for the Sedna edition.
While traveling from Japan is still difficult, this project, in which teddy bears travel instead, started in February and is constantly participating.
Customer satisfaction is many times higher than regular tours, and every time I get a thank-you message, it's worth it.
This time, the costumes are also Halloween specifications, named after this month's Halloween.
On October 13th, we held a one-day sightseeing tour of the Grand Canyon.
The customer was a family of three who have been stationed in San Francisco since June of this year.
The first snow fell on the Grand Canyon the day before and the snow was still on the ground.
The temperature was 6 degrees Celsius, but the weather was fine and I didn't mind the cold.
The Grand Canyon has been crowded for the past week or so.
It took an extra hour and 20 minutes to get through the traffic jam at the entrance of the national park on this day as well.
Of course, tourists are only American residents, not from overseas, but it wasn't before Corona that it was so crowded on weekdays during this time, not during the vacation season.
Is corona a big change in lifestyle and is the number of tourists increasing during this season of October?
On October 9th and 10th, we held a one-night, two-day Grand Circle tour.
The customer was a couple who had just been stationed in New York three months ago. I visited Las Vegas and the Grand Canyon for sightseeing during my first vacation in the United States.
Throughout the two days of the tour, the weather was good and I was able to see the sunset and sunrise at the Grand Canyon, which I had longed for.
Originally it was a mixed ride tour, but this time as well, there were no other customers and it was a chartered tour for two people, so the customers were also very satisfied.