We took on the Grand Canyon in 2011 and I was obsessed with this dead tree: Read more
My grandma was never without her Vivitar. She was forever chasing after people at church, shrieking like Edith Bunker, “waaaaaaaait, let me get your picture!!!”
On Day 3 of our adventure in Havasupai, we took on Mooney Falls! (You can read about the first part of our adventure here)
Although there is actually a waterfall named, “Havasu Falls”, it is not the only waterfall on the reservation. The “Havasu Falls” are made up of five different waterfalls that are located within Havasupai. Mooney Falls was our third stop along the way.
Havasupai. [big sigh]. People of the blue green water. Our last visit was in 2011 and it remains one of our most favorite adventures EVER. Absolutely breathtaking. It is literally an oasis that is tucked within the canyon far, far, far within the middle of the desert.
“Havasu Falls” is made up of five different waterfalls that are located within the Grand Canyon. They are not actually part of our National Park, therefore we are not able to just visit them whenever we feel like it. The falls belong to the Havasupai Indian Tribe and are part of their reservation. A permit is required to enter the reservation and the tribe administers all of the permits.
“Your mind will quit 100 times before your body ever does. Feel the pain and DO IT ANYWAY“. I learned that lesson first hand when we hiked Half Dome…the mountain of death: