Episode 7 - Arizona is now live!
Holly talks about the murder of Tamomi Hanamure. Gillian talks about the murders of Cindy Clelland and Jenelle Haines.
Photos include: Havasu Falls, a Ring Tail Cat, & an adoptable cadaver dog. Enjoy!
Cindy Clelland & Jenelle Haines :
4175 hours ago
When I made my first visit to Havasupai in 1984, this was how Havasu Falls and it's pools looked. I returned the following year and the pools were partially destroyed, probably man caused. There have been several major floods since then, which have changed the look of the canyon. The travertine builds so quickly that the natural rebuilding has been noticeable in my 3 additional trips there. This place will bounce back from last week's floods.
We've been to Havasu Falls more times than we can count, but this may be the most beautiful we've ever seen it! 🌟📸 credit to: @carleyc_az
6449 hours ago
New Navajo Falls is the first (and least visited) of the 5 Havasupai waterfalls. A powerful flash flood in 2008 wiped out the “old” Navajo Falls, and the new falls emerged. Last week a flash flood came through the canyon, turning the campground into a river, necessitating evacuations. The turquoise blue water temporarily turned brown with mud. Luckily everyone made it out safely, and it wasn’t powerful enough reshape any of the falls. With time Havasu Creek will show its true colors again 💙
(Photo taken February 2018)
Woah! Check out this place! Stacy and I were lucky enough to visit here at the end of June and before any flooding had happened. This place still blows my mind!
If you want to visit this magical desert oasis then check out our blog for our itinerary, tips, and everything we did!
It was getting late on our first day in the canyon. Not only had we hiked collectively around 15 miles, but we hadn’t really eaten much beyond snacks and fry bread. At dinner that changed.
Over the multiple courses of our meals, we talked about the viability of hiking the remaining miles to the confluence of the Colorado River; the heart of the Grand Canyon. While lofty, we figured it’d depend on how we felt in the morning. At dawn, we rose. Up before most of the other hikers, we quickly loaded our day packs and made our way back to a vacant Mooney Falls, down the hundred foot face through the tunnel and ladder system we traversed the day before (and in my last post.)
7332 days ago
Putting yourself out there is not easy. I constantly post things, reread them then instantly delete them because I fear what other people might think. That stops today! In honor of putting this fear to bed, I am republishing some posts I once felt insecure about. Up on my blog is the post of my first #backpacking trip to the #Havasupai Indian Reservation. This trip was special because it confirmed my obsession of wanting to live a life with less while being outside.