Not exactly Winslow. More like just outside of Phoenix. Finally, yes, finally, I am trying to go through my pics of my trip to Arizona last month. Never have I went so long between taking shots and reviewing them, but, hey, life is busy right now. I don't know how the pros get through it all when they have deadlines.
Last month, I made the cross country trip to the Phoenix area to see my buddy, the best man at my wedding 22 years ago, who I hadn't spoke with or seen since my wedding 22 years ago. Long story, but all is good. We picked up right where we left off back when we were younger. Just a little slower,.....less alcohol,.......less getting into troubling predicaments,............less interaction with the local police force, and, by golly, we even remembered where we parked the car the night before, unlike a few instances when we were younger. He was my travel guide during my trip and for 4 days we traveled around the northern part of Arizona and he showed me as much as possible without feeling rushed. One of the best parts of traveling with a "local" is he knew alot of cool places that aren't necessarily tourist traps. 2nd best part. My friend, Brian, is formerly from Green Bay, and we, of course, found a good watering hole to watch the Packer Game. Other than that, yeah, they got a deep hole in the ground up in that Northern Area. You might have heard of it, The Grand Canyon. Over the next few weeks, I'll try to showcase what I think are the best shots of the trip, without getting too cliche. I mean, you want a really, really good shot of the Grand Canyon, check out National Geographic. I'm pretty sure they might have a shot or two. But, still, I am going to look for some shots of the canyon that aren't you're normal shots.Tonight, I'll start with the view from my buddys house, looking off his front porch. Simply, breathtaking in person.