After a fun filled day in the Grand Canyon, and an equally eventful last in Williams, it was time to move on once again to our next stop, the Hopi reservation. Before we reached that destination, we travelled through Native Indian land and took a look at some of the remaining sites from centuries ago.
We made a stop off at a place that looked pretty barren to me, where we were greeted by the cutest smallest lady I think I’d ever seen. She showed us around the barren land and pointed out a couple of interesting things. When I say interesting, I mean DINOSAUR FOOTPRINTS!!! I mean, it really doesn’t get more interesting than that.
By the time we made it to the Hopi reservation, it was so chilly and getting colder by the second, that the last thing I wanted to do was sit outside while a man tried talking to the group about what time he’d meet us the next morning for a talk.
We went to dinner and enjoyed a lovely meal (that I actually managed to finish, may I add), before calling it a night and heading off to bed.
Tomorrow you’ll see all the cool stuff we bought in Williams, you won’t want to miss it hahahaa 😉