I’m breaking in some hiking boots this morning. Hiking boots that I took to the Grand Canyon with me a few weeks ago but decided not to wear because I wasn’t sure they were broken in.
After visiting some muddy waterfalls (Grand Falls), I went to see a hole in the ground. Located about 37 miles east of Flagstaff, and 18 miles west of Winslow, sits Meteor Crater, also known as Barringer Crater.
Just wow… It’s hard to put such a remarkable sight into words. If you’re not actively searching for this place, you’d never know it existed, which I think makes it all the more special.
The most important thing when it comes to preparation for an adventure is safety. You can always buy and replace something you lose, but you don’t get to freeze time and go back if you find yourself in a bad
For $10 you’ll gain entry to both Tuzigoot National Monument and Montezuma Castle National Monument for the week. About 20 miles apart, both monuments are said to have been inhabited by the Sinagua people.
I wanted Janice and Chris to be able to tell you their story with their words, so you get the chance to hear the passion in their voice. Here’s a Q & A with the llama experts themselves…