This was quite a trick question before we embarked into the desert. I researched this topic for hour’s. Blog after blog and really no answer. The fact that there are to very different canyons at Antelope was what is frustrating. Why plan a trip and only see half of the wonder? I ended up booking […]Read More Should I tour Upper or Lower Antelope canyon?
We really had wished that we could stay another night and explore more of the canyon. It was going to be a long hot ten-mile pack back to the car. After a quick breakfast we loaded up and headed out. The falls are less busy in the early morning. We were lucky when we stopped […]Read More Out of Havasupai
Havasu falls, the gem of the Havasupai tribe “the people of the blue-green water”. We were excited after a ten-mile backpack with the rest of the crowd. It took a lot of planning and when we finally got to the overlook of the breath-taking falls…. Meh. Why the Meh? I mean it was […]Read More Havasu, the myth, icon and legendary waterfall.
I downloaded this app called instagram a year or so ago. Then began to follow some photographer’s, blogger’s and world traveler’s. The places they traveled and the picture’s they showed, intrigued me. One in particular stood apart, a brilliant blue waterfall in Arizona. So close, exotic, yet so far from home. It has […]Read More Into Supai, Havasu Arizona.