wild wild west

Arizona & Utah are full of SO much to see! Mother Nature really showed off with these places! The Grand Canyon really blew me away! Watching the sunset drinking cactus margarita on the rim of The Grand Canyon was better than I could have imagined. The drive out was CRAZY! I'm not exaggerating when I say it took us 2 hours to get 10 miles because there were thousands of deer and desert hares running across the road and we were TERRIFIED of hitting one. *I'd like to say that no animals were harmed during the 4 mile per hour drive* Next up we went to Antelope Canyon. Wow. Hiking through the slot canyons was an experience hard to put into words. The fact that

weather erosion made those insane curves is hard to comprehend.

I took about 5,000 photos during the tour. I loved this part of the country so much I decided to go back and check out Bryce Canyon & Arches National Park this past winter. Bryce Canyon dusted in snow was breath taking! I could have stared at it all day! I'd love to go back when it's warmer and hike through but it was FREEZING when we went. Seeing it covered in snow was absolutely magical so it was worth the cold! This place is known as the site of more than 2,000 natural sandstone arches, such as the massive, red-hued "Delicate Arch" in the east. You have to hike to see this beauty but it is SO worth it. You're also in Milky Way Territory and seeing the sky come alive at night is absolutely beautiful. 

UTAH:  

Bryce Canyon

Arches National Park

ARIZONA: 

Antelope Canyon

Sedona

Grand Canyon