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Travel Journal: Sedona, Antelope Canyon, and Horseshoe Bend

Last Thursday, my cousin picked me up at 6:45 a.m. and we drove to Sedona for an easy hike at Fay Canyon trail (where it started to pour heading back to the car). We then drove up to Flagstaff, where my cuzzie is from, and met some snow on the road.

When arriving at her house, we decided to go to Macy's European Coffeehouse and Bakery with my uncle (her dad) and eat our second lunch.

We stayed overnight at her home watching two movies (The Lobster - don't recommend and VERY weird, and Mother's Day - a funny film), eating yummy homemade dinner, and enjoying some dessert.

Waking up at 4:30 a.m. the next morning, we headed our journey toward Page, Arizona. Fortunately, we didn't experience any black ice or elk.

Antelope Canyon was beautiful. Janelle and I were put onto two different trucks and two different groups, so we didn't go through Antelope Canyon together, but that didn't take away from the beauty. On the way back, her tour guide said I could come through with them and she took many photos of us together. Janelle and I are definitely on planning to go back in the summer. Highly recommend checking out the canyon walls that are the color of my hair.

Horseshoe Bend was breathtaking. How did the water shape Horseshoe Bend? Why? When? All the questions.

It was the perfect temperature and I was surprisingly fine with the height (even though I'm very, very afraid of heights).

Arizona has such beautiful landscape and I want to see every inch of it.

Shoutout to Janelle for suggesting we take this trip and us actually doing it!



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