Tuesday, October 7, 2014
Two Fun Hikes
Today we left Winslow and drove to Walnut Canyon National Monument.
800 years ago, native people called Sinagua, created dwellings in the cliff walls sheltered by overhanging rock shelves.
Their homes lined the sides of the 370 feet tall canyon.
After 180 steps down, we walked along a trail that hugged the side of the canyon.
It was a walk back in time.
Then we drove south to the red rocks of Sedona, stopping for this deer on our way.
Another hike with lots of steps which led to...
(I was too scared to walk out on the bridge, but got a photo of Rick checking out the view!)