Selfie sticks, rain & gnarly trees at the Grand Canyon

I’m very proud of my parents as they live and work on the Navajo Reservation in northeast Arizona. My dad works with Navajo veterans at the VA clinic at a hospital, and my mom works with elderly Navajo-Americans at a nursing home.

I love visiting them and learning more about the culture and history of the Navajo Nation.

We had the chance to take a quick (4-hour) drive over to the Grand Canyon yesterday.

Shockingly, I didn’t see a single Pokemon Go-consumed tourist. Thank you AT&T for having terrible service there.

I did see selfie sticks galore, a friendly split-tailed squirrel, people from around the world, and the usual unfathomable views of the canyon.

Here are some photos:

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