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The Wave is a sandstone rock formation located in Arizona, United States, near its northern border with Utah. The formation is situated on the slopes of the Coyote Buttes in the Paria Canyon-Vermilion Cliffs Wilderness of the Colorado Plateau. The area is administered by the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) at the Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument visitor center in Kanab, Utah.
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I cry if something bad happens. I grab a drink with friends when I get stressed out. I travel. I sometimes lash out at my closest friends. — Song Hye-kyo
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So.. I was at the Grand Canyon. A grand statement already if you ask me! It was wondrous in ways I can't even wrap my head around. The view from the rim seems unreal, mind boggling. Sadly, it was quite a quick few days there and I only managed one hike on the South Kaibab trail. Most of the time, I stuck to the rim, and was at the "village" as they call it, which includes the visitors center. There were HOARDS of people, some of which seemed like they weren't quite so outdoorsy (to say the least). These few days gave me a lot to think about, especially relating to the exoticizing-gaze culture the USA has cultivated when it comes to sacred native sites. I was honored to attend a talk called The Hopi Harvey project, narrated by a Hopi woman. She mentioned it was only her 4th time inside the Grand Canyon, and talked about the abusive and consumptive nature of tourism relating to nature. My eyes are opening wider each day to the work that can be done when it comes to honoring and respecting the land and indigenous traditions. There is so much more to say but..word limits you know? The Grand Canyon provided me with many lessons to take forth. Askwali (Thank you in Hopi). #grandcanyon#grandcanyonnationalpark#hopi#askwali#arizona#nativeland#queernature ...