Towards the end of my visit with Jordan we met up with our good friends, Steve and Lexi. (that’s Steve above) We spent a day with them exploring the Grand Canyon and Sedona. We are excited to visit them again soon and meet their little boy.
We were just reminiscing with them about how we told them we were pregnant during this trip. And now a little over a year later we both have added a baby to the mix.
Lexi and I were both happy sitting above taking photos of these crazy guys. I spent most of my time looking up stats of how many people have fallen into the Grand Canyon. I was already in mama mode and wanting to protect our little Ruby girl.
I still can’t get over how crazy the Grand Canyon is, it’s vastness is a little overwhelming.
Since this was just a quick stop, we didn’t have too much time, nor did I want to, take a hike into the canyon. I would definitely recommend that if you do visit to take the time and properly explore.
The Grand Canyon is a little weird in that you drive up to it, park, and then walk a little ways and it’s there. It’s kind of disappointing (but, for sure convenient). I was a little nervous to share these thought, because, I mean, it’s the Grand Canyon.
Jordan and I were definitely on the same page. So, if you visit, make sure to take the time to really connect and explore. Take a little hike down to fully understand it’s depths. It’s obviously still an incredible site and I do not take this experience for granted.
We can’t wait to visit again. Jordan already booked us a hotel so we can visit Antelope Canyon, which we weren’t sure if we’d be able to visit. Any suggestions on places that we should visit on the way or any restaurants?