Walnut Canyon and Boondocking.
Our last sunrise at Homolovi.
On the way to our next camping spot, we stopped at Walnut Canyon National Monument. It is the site that the Hopi had a settlement along the walls of the canyon.
At first glance, I just cannot look at this canyon and think "What a great place to live."
We are going to take a short hike at 7000 feet.
Ok it was 1 mile and a bit "interesting" at 273 steps down and then back up.
Down we go.
More Hail! Really?!!! Yes on the road around Flagstaff, Arizona we drove through hail two times.
Okay, we boondocked for the first time. Boondocking is to stay in a camp site that has no facilities and is usually on public land where camping is allowed for free. The site we picked was on an open field. Several other people were also camping.
Even the weeds next to our RV had pretty flowers.
We survived. No power but our 12 volt batteries and propane. It was very dark and very quiet except for some sound from the interstate in the distance.
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