A little taste of summer!

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I just got back from a very warm, sunny, crazy week of vacation in Nevada and Arizona with my honeybee, my brother and his girlfriend.It was so much fun, I feel totally recharged! After so much snow, and rain, and cold weather here up north, a little sunshine was definitely more than welcomed. We first visited Las Vegas and the Hoover Dam, then saw the Grand Canyon and Sunset Crater Volcano, we drove through Sedona and the Tonto National Forest, hiked the Hayden Butte, and so much more! I definitely kept myself really busy, but it it was all worth it. All in all, I had an incredible vacation, and I really want to share a little bit of it with you guys, so here’s a few pictures I took – hope you like them!

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One thought on “A little taste of summer!

    KerryCan said:
    April 28, 2015 at 9:42 am

    That looks like a great trip–the variety, from fabulous nature walks to Vegas, is amazing. I haven’t been to this part of the US–need to go!

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