I have not been so active in the blogging world, but I have been to so many adventures that I don’t know where to start. Just so you know that I am still around….Three weeks ago, I was celebrating “winter” in Yellowstone.
I arrived Sunday night from a camp and hike to Havasupai Falls, in the Grand Canyon, Arizona. It was a wonderful experience.
Camp Ebie…Yes, I do tent camping, and you should try. But there is a lodge at the Supai Village. Early in the morning, you can hear birds chirping. Our team brought a bear container for our food, just to play safe. That’s the one you see on top of the chopped wood. Jen hanged her canvass duffle bag on the tree (in a rope) only to discover in the morning that some creature had a great bite of it. I saw a lot of squirrels.
Since I did not hike the 8-mile (each way), I took the helicopter down and back to the hilltop, I was the sort-of greeter of those people coming up from the hike, gave some congratulatory words. Yeah, everyone says the switchback and the last part of the 8 mile uphill ascent was the toughest. I made friends and one of them, his name is David Vidal, if you are a baseball fan. His wife took this picture.
This post is linked to Lesley’s Signs, Signs