For the first time I took both of the boys on a hike. I knew the trail wasn't stroller friendly so Levi rode in a back carrier. Notice how the sign says Children's Discovery Trail. Well come along with me and tell me what you think about that.
Here's Grant starting out. See how nice and flat the trail starts out.
Then things got a "little" rocky.
Then we had to climb UP these boulders!
And yes, walk through a stream on slippery rocks. Remember I had my baby on my back! I am so thankful I brought the walking sticks.
But it was all worth it when we got to the waterfall. It was so beautiful.
Grant got to go behind the waterfall.
He loved it!
Some of the beautiful red rocks of the southwest.
This is a Manzanita plant.
Manzanita means "little apple" in Spanish. The bush gets small fruits that resemble apples. The wildlife like to eat them.
The Anasazi and Paiute Indians used to visit this area and there are some pictographs painted on the rock.
Grant is "king of the mountain!"
I took this picture over my shoulder. Levi liked touching the rock along the way.
Levi has always loved the outdoors and was very happy to be along for the ride.
All tuckered out.