The US federal government has decided on the allocation of coronavirus to each state based on the estimated population of the census.
The Census Bureau updated the data at the end of the year after the allocation was decided, arguing that Nevada's population is growing at a rate more than three times the national average, which is the reason for the lack of vaccine allocation.
I hope that the vaccine will be available to everyone in Nevada as soon as possible.
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We will continue to report on the tour on Wednesday, March 3rd.
The final day of the third day begins at Gouldings Lodge in Monument Valley.
I have reported on Monument Valley before, but the tourist spots are still closed due to restrictions on activities in the Navajo settlement.
Since there is no access to the valley of Monument Valley, few tourists visit here and it is quiet.
You may now be able to experience the tranquil world of a time-slip in the days before it was known as the location of Hollywood movies.
I will post seasonal photos of Monument Valley from my guide.
Monument Valley dyed in the setting sun.
Monument Valley where the rising sun rises.
Forrest Gump Point.
Starting this Friday, the pools of the MGM Group (including the MGM Grand) will open.
The pool opens at a huge casino hotel on the Las Vegas Strip.
It is compulsory to wear a mask in the area when you are in the pool and when you are not eating or drinking.
The city is about to move toward summer.
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On Tuesday, March 2nd, I will post a photo of the beautiful Asahi of the Grand Canyon from the guide who is on tour yesterday.
The early morning chill is still severe and the temperature is -5 ° C.
However, in a clear, cloudless sky, watching the sun slowly shine into the Grand Canyon valley as the sun rises makes me feel fine, forgetting all the unpleasant things.
Since the east exit of the Grand Canyon National Park is still closed, it will take about an hour and a half to move to Monument Valley after this.
The participants this time are a couple living in New York, but they are enjoying their time alone.
On Monday, March 1st, we held a tour of 2 nights and 3 days.
Today on the first day was sightseeing in Sedona and watching the sunset in the Grand Canyon.
The weather is good and the guide has sent me pictures of the sunset in the Grand Canyon and Sedona, so I will post them.
On Saturday, February 27th, we held a one-day sightseeing tour of the Grand Canyon today.
This time, it ’s not a teddy bear, but a real person (laughs).
The customer lives in California and is stationed by a Japanese company, so he visited the Grand Canyon before returning to Japan by the end of the year.
More than two months have passed since vaccination in the United States began, the number of infected people has dropped sharply, and the restrictions on behavior in each state have been relaxed, so I feel that the demand for tourism in the country is increasing.
As for the Grand Canyon, many people can feel it from last year even in the corona vortex.
The mass vaccination of the corona vaccine at UNLV, University of Nevada, Las Vegas has been reduced to the 65-year-old civilian population. Until now, he was over 70 years old.
In addition, the one-time Johnson & Johnson vaccine has been approved, and the United States is finally accelerating toward the convergence of corona.
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I went to the Grand Canyon on February 24th.
"I'm going on a graduation trip for you!"
On behalf of the four participants at the second event of
I took four teddy bears.
It was a big difference from two weeks ago and the weather was nice and cheerful.
A snapshot of the teddy bear that will please the participants with the guide in charge,
I've taken a lot of pictures, saying that it's not like that.
"Cute!" From an American tourist passing by
I asked a lot of people to say, "What kind of shooting?"
I was deeply moved when I explained the contents of the project.
It may be a long time before we can guide tourists to real people, but we believe that there are still things we can do to entertain and impress our customers.
I'm looking forward to showing the photos to the participants at tomorrow's ZOOM!
The latest announcement from Las Vegas, Nevada, killed 516 new corona infections and 16 deaths a day. The positive rate of the test was 8.6%, which means that it dropped to the level of the end of October last year.
I hope the new Corona will converge at this pace.
I think this is a long-cherished wish not only for the travel industry but also for those who are engaged in the restaurant business in particular.
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I will post my experience of camping at the bottom of the Grand Canyon from February 16th for 2 nights and 3 days. (Part 3)
February 18 (3rd day)
The campsite at the bottom of the valley was quite cold this morning as well.
Adam had begun preparing breakfast when it was still dim outside, so I decided to keep out of the cold and get out of my sleeping bag.
Today is finally the day of mountain climbing. The plan is to climb the Bright Angel Trail, which is different from the day before yesterday, in 8 hours with a break.
After breakfast, I cleaned up my tent and left the campsite at 8:40. In the first half, we will gradually increase the altitude while watching the Colorado River.
The weather was fine on that day, and even an hour after I started walking, the shade became less, and even a single shirt didn't bother me about the cold. It was scary to imagine that this was summer.
Three and a half hours after departure, we arrived at the Indian Garden at the middle point.
So I took a break for about an hour while having lunch slowly.
Departure for the summit at 1:00 pm.
The distance is not much different from the campsite to the Indian Garden, but the height difference is nearly double in the latter half, so it is physically tight.
First, aim for a 3-mile rest house. I climbed sedimentary rocks from 300 to 500 million years ago for a while, but if I look carefully at the surrounding rocks, I can see fossils of trilobites and ammonites.
Shortly before the 3-mile rest house, the trail began to be covered with snow.
Take a break and aim for the next 1.5 mile rest house.
From here to the summit, the switchback that is not exposed to the sun keeps climbing. The temperature dropped sharply and the snow that had fallen a few days ago was frozen and I almost slipped and fell.
When you reach the 1.5 mile rest house, you can see the summit quite close. At the same time, the traffic volume of people increases and we pass each other many times with tourists who enjoy simple experience hiking.
Goal at 5 pm!
I was very happy to see the Bright Angel Lodge, which I should be familiar with, only today.
At the same time, a tremendous sense of accomplishment was born. (end)
I will post my experience of camping in the valley bottom of the Grand Canyon from February 16th for 2 nights and 3 days. (Part 2)
February 17 (2nd day)
The dawn at the bottom of the Grand Canyon was late and it was still dark at 7 o'clock.
It is usually said that the temperature at the bottom of the Grand Canyon is about the same as in Las Vegas, but on this day the entire Grand Canyon was cold and the lowest temperature was -14 ° C above the valley, even at the bottom of the valley we spent the night-2. The temperature was so high that the water in the bottle in the tent was a little frozen.
When I arrived at the campsite last night, it was already dark and I couldn't see anything, but when I got up and got out of the tent, the scenery I saw was amazing.
After breakfast, we aimed for "Ribbon Falls".
It is about 10 kilometers one way on the No Sky Bab Trail, which leads to the Noslim in the Grand Canyon. Unlike yesterday, we will follow a relatively flat road along the Bright Angel Creek (river) through the canyon. I almost forgot that I was in a dry desert area while hiking with the sound of the river flowing as background music from beginning to end.
After walking for about two and a half hours while taking pictures, we arrived at Ribbon Falls.
The place where the water flows down is covered with moss and aquatic plants, and when the sun hits it, it glows green, and I felt that it was emitting a fantastic and mysterious power.
We had lunch slowly while enjoying the scenery of the waterfall, and set out on the way back to the campsite.
On the way, I stopped by at the phantom lunch (inn) in front of the campsite to buy some commemorative souvenirs, but it was said that facilities other than the inn were not open due to the influence of Corona. Phantom Ranch is the only inn in the Grand Canyon and the most unreserved accommodation, but at this Corona Pass, you can't even eat the famous steak dinner just by staying at the inn.
I still had some fatigue from the previous day, so the day's activities ended with a hike to Ribbon Falls and a view of the Colorado River near the campsite. (Continue)
I will post my experience of camping at the bottom of the Grand Canyon from February 16th for 2 nights and 3 days.
February 16 (1st day)
Start descending from the South Kaibab Trail around noon in a temperature of -1 ° C.
The members are four uncles in their thirties, forties, and fifties. One of them is Adam, our Japanese mountain guide, who is one of the licensed guides with less than 100 people in the Grand Canyon.
This time we stayed at the campsite at the bottom of the valley for 2 nights, so we carried tents, sleeping bags, water and clothes on our backs, but we were unfamiliar with luggage of around 12 kg, and Adam was fluffy for 3 days' worth of food. He was able to carry more than 30 kg of luggage such as tools.
About 10 cm of snow had accumulated on the trail over the weekend, and the condition continued to the top third. Slowly descend for about 45 minutes so as not to slip and arrive at Wool Point.
I went down the mountain for another 2 hours and arrived at Skeleton Point. At this point, the snow at my feet has disappeared, and when I look up, I can recognize that it has fallen considerably. At this point, it was a little less than half down to the campsite.
After another hour and a half, we arrived at The Tip Off. It is two-thirds down from the top. You can clearly hear the sound of the Colorado River at the bottom of the valley.
It was dark when I arrived at the Bright Angel campsite (near Phantom Ranch) in Goal after a little less than two hours of descent with my last power, and for the last 30 minutes I walked by relying on the light of a pitch-black flashlight. It was.
There is a flush toilet in the campsite, but for the past few days, I had to carry about 15 liters of river water into a bucket and flush it every time I excreted because I couldn't use the water due to the construction of the water pipe.
The long-awaited camping meal by setting up each tent in the dark!
Bonfires are banned in most national parks in the United States, so cooking can only be done in boiling water at this camp. Honestly, I didn't expect much of the instant foods sold in the US, but this camping meal was surprisingly delicious.
I toasted with beer and soaked in the sense of accomplishment of the day, and when I looked up, there was a starry sky that I had never seen before.
The walking distance on the first day is about 12 km and the height difference is about 1500 meters. I walked from the top to the bottom of the valley for about 7 hours including a break.
This is the end of the first day of the first backpacking IN Grand Canyon. (Continue)
There was a long line for unreserved mass vaccinations at the Cashman Center in northern Las Vegas on Friday.
Wristbands instead of numbered tickets were distributed to 500 people lined up by 7:30 am, and the rest were repelled.
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In Las Vegas, where the corona is declining, nightclubs and dayclubs such as MGM Grand and Caesars Palace will be opened due to deregulation in mid-March.
I want you to return to the normal world without returning.
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