Thought I’d just load up the photos from my recent hike down to Havasupai, Arizona. Thanks to Teri for planning the whole thing out (It was her birthday trip)! Anyhow, it was almost overcast so I switched my camera settings to “Cloudy” just to bring out some of the colors of the walls. That’s the only adjustment I made to my camera settings.

Alexis will follow up this post with a how-to and tips on how to survive this 14-mile hike. But for now, just photos – Enjoy!

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