We expect Mother Nature to change around the furniture in her room once in awhile, but I am still sad to hear that Havasupai Canyon was hit hard. The popular backpacker’s destination west of Grand Canyon National Park just reopened since major floods wreaked havoc last August and the buzz is not good.
Oh, and I’ll just apologize in advance. This post contains a lot of photos. I just loved it there … can’t you tell??
I swear this place is akin to pure paradise. Towering blue-green waterfalls and lush cottonwood trees are not something you regularly find in the desert. Which is what made it so magical. We have no immediate plans to revisit the spot, but I am so curious about how it looks now because from the sounds of it, much of the paradise was lost. They say the most noticeable changes are to the waterfalls and campground because of the mudslides. Navajo Falls was lost and the others are changed.