Sunset over the Grand Canyon

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When visiting the Grand Canyon, catching the sunset is a can’t miss opportunity. After doing much research for our trip there, I decided we’d camp out at Yaki Point to catch the sun go down over the canyon.

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Grand, indeed: The Spectacular Grand Canyon

We can thank the Colorado River for both man-made and natural wonders that we experienced on the last leg of our West Coast & beyond trip together. After spending a few hours at the magnificent Hoover Dam, we entered the great state of Arizona, bound for one of the seven natural wonders of the world.

Before Joel and I left for our trip, several people told me that pictures don’t do the Grand Canyon justice — you have to see it in person to really understand and enjoy how truly magnificent it is. And damn, were they right. There’s something completely magical and humbling about looking down into the great, colorful depths of the canyon and realizing that it was all created by a river, one that you can’t even see from the top, and that for million of years, humans and animals have looked down upon some similar version of the canyon.
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