In Williams, there was a big hill right next to our host site, so (with a bit of convincing from an eager friend) I decided to climb it. It turned out to be a 17% grade, and when I went down I broke my fastest recorded max speed reaching 55 mph. Pretty exciting stuff.
Later on we decided to check out the 7 o'clock gun show in Williams, so we headed to main street where a horse-drawn carriage had blocked off the street. A large crowd had gathered in a circle around several cowboys, one of which was narrating the quite hilarious story - an old western tale about the town's top gunslinging sheriff and some trouble makers in town. We had a great time with it and afterwards live music kicked off at several locations, starting with "Well I was standing on a corner in Williams Arizona, such a fine sight to see..."
In the morning, we all went over to "BEARIZONA" - a wildlife park just outside of town, where we got a free tour of the wildlife area in an old windowless bus. We drove through areas with bison, wolves, dall sheep, bighorn sheep, and black bears. Later on, we got to walk through the "kindergarden" of the park where all the baby animals were kept. White wolf pups, bear cubs fighting and climbing trees, and even baby racoons were almost too cute to handle.