This place was amazing and quite windy. Unfortunately, there was a lot of tourists, which I sort of expected but nonetheless it was great. My brother and I camped a little ways away from the entrance of the national park and was a great spot to listen to nature and read a book at.
Finding things to do while not having cell phone reception, which happened A LOT, can be a little tiring. Fortunately for me, I'm good at wood carving so I just kept picking up sticks and making spoons out of them, either that or faces.
After the grand canyon we headed to Antelope Canyon, which is still part of the Grand Canyon but far away from the south rim.
I took pictures of the whole thing and literally could not get one bad one. It was such a photogenic place that I didn't even need a filter.
Here is a picture of Antelope Canyon. Truly, it was beautiful. I took this with the camera on my phone, so it shows how wonderful this place was.
We eventually parted away from this haven and drove to Zion National Park in Utah.
This pace was a lot like Jurassic Park, if there were still dinosaurs alive, I'd imagine that is where they would live.
That's all for today, but look for my next update about the rest of my trip!