Yesterday, we drove to Williams, south of the Grand Canyon, in a snowstorm. We watched the temperature drop from the mid-forties to 31 as we climbed to 7000 ft and above, and pellets turned to heavy snow. We stopped at a truck stop with two restaurants, planning to get lunch, only to find out the power was out to the whole area and they were closed. It was still snowing lightly when we set up in Williams--a perfect night for the furnace and soup. Today we will take the train to the Grand Canyon, and tomorrow head back east to Albuquerque--looks like spring-like temperatures there.