Jamie and I hiked Havasupai a couple weeks ago with his brother's family and a bunch of their friends. I think it was the third time hiking it for each of us but the first in over a decade. Oh, my aching bones!
Havasupai is a part of the Grand Canyon where the Havasupai Native Americans have lived for 800 years. They live in a village of about 600 and maintain a campground for hikers to enjoy several gorgeous waterfalls. Havasu Falls is the most famous with its travertine pools. The hike is 10 miles each way. Okay, class dismissed.
My posture! Let's just admit the uncanny resemblance to Bigfoot.