Las Vegas, Nevada
Most of the action and best view of the canyons are on the left side of the helicopter--problem was we were seated on the right side--so it is very frustrating to listen to the pilot constantly say"If you will now look to the left side , you will see the magnificent (fill in the blank)." When we stopped for fuel I asked if we were now going to fly back up the canyon and was told,"Oh no, we are going to fly straight back to Vegas as the area is "One Way"--so we got to see a few more miles of abandoned silver mines.--But it was a great briefing.
The pilot was very nice and knowledgeable-gave a great briefing. It was hard for us to see since I was behind the pilot and my wife(5 ft) was in the center seat. A large man was sitting to the left, right (me) and right front (pilot). I could see a little but she saw very littleif anything. Since there were storms in the area, the ride was rough so she just tried to hold on and not get nauseous. I could have bought a video and saved myself the trouble.
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