Mount Humphreys is the tallest point in Arizona at 12,633 feet. North of Flagstaff in the San Francisco Peaks - the remnant of a volcano. The Peaks are sacred to numerous tribes. Known as Dook'o'oslííd to the Diné (Navajo) and Nuva'tuk-iya-ovi to the Hopi or “Place of the High Snows.” For the Hopi, these peaks are the abode of the Kachina People—spirits who come down during the growing season to visit the Hopi Villages and bless them with bountiful harvests,
Mount Humphreys from Flagstaff.
Franz looking out in Flagstaff.
Franz working on a Christmas stocking rawhide candy-cane.
Franz showing off one of his gifts.
Franz's gift from his maternal grandparents.
Franz and his papa in the park behind Flagstaff City Hall.
Franz modeling his new coat.
From the front.
The meteor crater between Flagstaff and Winslow Arizona where we indeed did stand on the corner but did not find it such a fine sight to see. http://www.standinonthecorner.com/
The drive back from the Crater to Flagstaff.
The Grand Canyon train.
The big GC with snow.
It looks like a fake picture, no?
Icicles on the Hopi House.
Like The Edgar Winter Dog before him, Franz ponders geological time.
A deer hanging out at the Grand Canyon.
On the way home, Franz decided to ride with the luggage.
And help his papa drive.
Franz opening up his stocking and his proud parents giggling.
Franz mamma helps him open his presents.