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Navajo National Monument


It’s amazing how time flies, but I’ve been in Kayenta for almost a year and a half.  To celebrate, Marshall and I went and recreated one of my earlier hikes. 390 more words


My First Sweat, Part 2 - Late 1999

I would later discover through personal experience that not all sweats are created equal. Some are by far hotter than others, and this first sweat I attended was blisteringly hot – so hot that I literally felt like my skin was melting. 131 more words

Day 12: Have you ever been helped by a total stranger when traveling?

I could talk about plenty with this prompt.  So many plans changed at the last-minute while I was in Europe and so many people helped us out – from my hosts who let me stay an extra night when plans fell through to drivers who drove two Californian hitchhikers out of their way to help us get to a better hitching spot.  519 more words


Canyon Country Photos

Here are  the photos from the last week travelling through Arizona and Utah’s canyon country and the Navajo Nation.

For accompanying story behind the pictures see my last post… 490 more words

Navajo Nation Council to Vote on Grand Canyon Escalade Project

Raging Rivers: Navajo Nation Council to Vote on Grand Canyon Escalade Project

Tanya H. Lee


The Navajo Nation‘s proposal to build a multi-million-dollar resort at the confluence of the… 985 more words