Grand Canyon, Arizona

June 05, 2018

Grand ol' caynon
grand ol' world...

Sedona in the morning - to the Grand Canyon in the afternoon.
It has been a lovely few days as you can see.

The Grand Canyon was never a place I thought I needed to see. I thought 'I'll get there someday', but it was not on my top 10 places to see, or even my top 20 places to see. BUT, when I got there I couldn't believe I could have almost missed it.

The Grand Canyon NEEDS to be on your lists of top places to see. I was stunned. Blown away. I was shocked to see how the Earth could make something so beautiful out of these mountains, and cliffs. I couldn't believe it was not man-made. It was so delicately put together, and placed, that the Earth stopped me in my tracks and took my breath away.

We went to the Grand Canyon Village stop to do some walking, and photo taking. Unfortunately, because we only had a few hours, we couldn't do much hiking or exploring, but I'm already planning a trip back! The views I had was enough to completely shock me and make me fall in love.

At the Village spot, you can walk down onto rocks that go out into the cliff, look over the sides, and walk for miles down the canyon!

you can see for miles!!! it's wild!

My biggest tip is to do your research on these places. Real research. For a few hours. There is so much to see, and do - so many hikes, stops along the way, places to sit, and so much more. You should plan your time accordingly. Know that you only need a couple of hours in each place, but atleast a day or two to do a few hikes, water rafting, and other places along the way.

I wanted to take nice photos in a cute outfit, so I wore a set from Tiger Mist, that I absolutely love, and think they came out beautifully!

I'm so happy, and grateful, to have had the opportunity to see the Grand Canyon. I have never seen anything like this, and I'm so excited to go back and explore even more. The Earth is such an unbelievable place and I'm so happy to cross this off my bucket list