It felt good to get out of the traffic and head out of town. We enjoyed seeing Hoover Dam but this time we didn’t take the tour. We arrived at Grand Canyon in the middle of the afternoon and headed for the Visitor’s Center to get a little information on how to maximize our time in the park. We took the bus to the Bright Angel Lodge then walked the Rim Trail to Yavapai Point to watch the sunset. It was magical. This visit was all too brief but it gives us more to look forward to when we next visit the Grand Canyon. After dark we drove south to Flagstaff for an overnight.




  1. Hannah

    These are beautiful pictures!!!  I am so glad you all are enjoying yourselves!  My hubby and I just went to Raleigh, North Carolina and couldnt take it in enough, the weather was gorgeous and hardly any traffic!  So much fun!!  Thanks for the updates!

  2. Blythe

    I’m sorry I didn’t have a chance to read this sooner. I would have suggested that you visit Bryce Canyon along your travels–really spectacular formations. Put it on your “calendar” for next time.

  3. Anonymous

    Breath taking pictures!


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At Home in Medina

At Home in Medina

In October we decided to make Medina our new hometown and have been embracing its charms while setting into our new apartment