Patricia is a regular contributor to Give Love Create Happiness. She has an adventurous spirit with a love for travel. Follow along with Pat as her journey takes her around the world.
The first day finds us at the
NAVAJO NATIONAL MONUMENT
During the 13th century, decedents of the Hopi people lived in cliff dwellings or “pueblos” which were sheltered under gigantic rock formations. In 1907 the discovery of these remarkable monuments from the ancient past electrified historians. Along with the dwellings they found fabulous Anasazi pottery baskets and even well preserved ears of corn.
LOWER ANTELOPE CANYON TRIBAL PARK
Just a few years ago out of the blue, on sunny, hot cloudless day water from over 35 miles away cascaded down from the mountain and blasted through the canyon with devastating force. Unfortunately 11 hikers were in the middle of it. They didn’t stand a chance. A lone plaque in front bears the names of the unfortunate victims. Such is the force of nature.