When researching the best hikes in the Grand Canyon, I came across an article written about the Havasu Falls. After seeing the photos of the stunning waterfalls located deep within the Grand Canyon in the Havasupai Indian Reserve – I knew this was where I wanted to go.
And so it was that “Hiking down the Grand Canyon to Havasu Falls” became an item on my Arizona Adventure Agenda (AAA if you may…).
It also became an item on my Most Craziest, Yet Most Rewarding Things I’ve Ever Done list.
It was like entering the Garden of Eden. It was Magical and Beautiful and Heavenly.
Supai Village is the capital of the Havasupai Indian Reservation located within the Grand Canyon, on the south side of the Colorado River in Coconino County, Arizona, USA. As of the 2010 census, Supai had a population of 208 and lies 3,195 feet/974 m above sea level. Continue reading
Route 66 – – The Mother Road – – The Main Street of America – – this classic highway that inspired songs and tv-shows has been on my bucket list. And I was finally able to check it. Continue reading
They were not exaggerating when the word “Grand” was put in the name of the Grand Canyon.
It is Grand. It is Great. It is Gigantic.
On our trip through Arizona, we made the mandatory stop in seductive Sedona. This magical area of Red Rock & vortexes is such a flattering place that you end up doing things you were not on your agenda….. 🙂 Continue reading
I recently took an afternoon Saturday stroll in Scottsdale, Arizona. The weather was hot & sticky, but the scenery & atmosphere was still lovely.
The city is located in the Salt River Valley, or the “Valley of the Sun”, in the northern reaches of the Sonoran Desert.
The stroll consisted of chilling ice coffee, peaking in at cute stores around 5th Avenue, getting an insight into cowboy culture of the past in the Old Town, and seeing some fancy art galleries at the Art Walk. Continue reading