A close up for Grand Falls In Arizona, often called chocolate falls for good reason. Grand Falls is a natural waterfall system located 30 miles northeast of Flagstaff, Arizona in the Painted Desert on the Navajo Indian Reservation. At 185 feet tall it is taller than Niagara Falls.
This brings back some memories - a Navajo woman taught a class of us in high school how to weave blankets because "the Navajos now weave them for the wrong reasons - they just want to sell them - so I am teaching you the right way to weave." Things like you always begin the weave from right to left, because if you call a coyote's name, he will always look over his right shoulder, and you don't want to be like a coyote - stuff like that. I still have the rug I made.
"Pretty soon this will be me… You know your obsession with turquoise jewelry has gone too far when random people will approach you and try to sell you their turquoise because they know you will buy it no questions asked- it’s just done and done." (Motherchief)