Arizona Wrap-Up

After spending the night in Flagstaff, we were out on the road bright and early heading for Meteor Crater. Although we weren’t heading there at 26,000 miles an hour (that’s as fast as the meteorite that hit this spot) we got there just in time for them to open — in fact, we were the only people on the first rim tour of the day.

This place was fascinating! It is the most well preserved meteor crater impact site on the Earth. More than a mile across and roughly 550 feet deep, this is the exact spot a meteorite impacted the Earth roughly around 50,000 years ago! So, where’s the meteorite?

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Arizona Rewind Part 1

It’s hard to believe that it’s already been 2 weeks since we left the cold Wisconsin winter for sunny Arizona. We had such an amazing time and I feel like we could have spent even more time just exploring the beautiful state with all the history and national monuments.

Arizona is a state unlike any other that I have visited before. In my head, it was desert and cactus as far as you could see. Was I ever wrong!! There were cactuses, but there was not only grass and trees, but also mountains and SNOW! I certainly didn’t pack accordingly.

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