Today was a blast! I hung out with my Dad, Uncle Tom and Aunt Miki. We drove up to northern Arizona to the Tonto Natural Bridge. It is the largest natural bridge in the world standing at 180 feet tall on the inside it definitely makes you feel tiny.
There is a natural spring that also flows above the bridge and over the side into the creek bed below. It makes for some great photos and helps keep it cool for when its hot up north, like today (90degrees).
So, I was still pretty tired when the came to pick me up this morning and I wasn’t thinking because I was only wearing my flip-flops. I realized once I got there that I had totally forgotten my cross trainers. So I had to hike the trail with my wonderfully thin flip-flops. But thank goodness the old trail had been shut down for a little while because it looked pretty treacherous(see pic below).
Here’s some pics from today!
The spring water pouring over the edge of the natural bridge.
Uncle Tom check out the surroundings under the bridge.
The ceiling looked so amazing!
Spring water hitting the rocks below.
All of us under the bridge.
The old trail. Thank goodness the new trail was so much easier, especially since I wasn’t smart enough to bring real shoes.
My Aunt and Uncle!
Some cattails near in the spring water.
The flowers around the plantation house were really pretty in the summer sun.