One natural wonder checked off my list. The Grand Canyon is on another level when you think of points of interest or tourist attractions. We decided to enter via the desert view visitor center and drive the south rim stopping at the Vistas along the way to the Grand Canyon visitor center for a fancy dancy magnet and food of course. When i walked up to the Vistas along south rim, I was in shock and awe. I just stared in amazement for a couple minutes and then I finally gathered myself. 18 miles wide and 1 mile deep with 12 visible geologic layers of earth the Colorado River carved it's way over nearly 2 billions years. It makes you wonder, how the hell is that possible?! Well I'm no expert on that kind of stuff but from what I read it's from land masses colliding and drifting apart, mountains forming and eroding away, sea levels rising and falling, and then relentless forces of moving water. This is a land to inspire our spirit. After we enjoyed the stunning views the Grand Canyon had to offer, we headed south so we can get closer to Havasu so we can stay closer before we head there in the am which is still an hour plus drive without including the hike or helicopter ride we decide on. We are searching for hotels and Bedrock City pops up. The Flintstones?! Fuck ya! It'll bring back some childhood memories and take a short tour around what they had to offer. They had everything you could imagine from the cartoon. It was a great 30 mins of fun touring the houses and other buildings they had on display. So worth it for an attraction right off route 66. Murica!
I created a gofundme account to help fund my passion. If you enjoy my photos and what I write about. The link is on my page. I would absolutely love and appreciate the donations. Thank you!