The new bridge they are building at Hoover Dam... it's a long way down from there!
Angel Over Hoover DamAll the bright lights made my camera go cuckoo. Suffice it to say that even CVS sported blingage. The only one that turned out is this of the beautiful Venetian.
Are we there yet?
Yes! Finally, we arrive at the Grand Canyon!
Matt, standing a little too close to the edge for my comfort.
This is as close to the edge as I'm getting!
An obsolete Guano mining facility.
The Grand Canyon West is owned by the Hualapai Indians.
Elon enjoyed exploring the Indian village.
We enjoyed majestic views of the Colorado River.
The only way Elon could see the canyon was atop Nathan's shoulders. There were dropoffs EVERYWHERE and a view not marred by guardrails!
The amazing Eagle Mountain spreads it's wings.
We were surprised that we had to pay for a mandatory tour, parking, and even a $9 fee! It was $120 for us three to walk around the Grand Canyon and an additional $11 per person for food and water since no outside beverages of snacks could be brought in. I will have to say though, that Grand Canyon West was beautiful and worth every penny!
I went in for an ultrasound on Thursday. While I still have that pesky blood clot, and it appears to have gotten larger, the baby was growing fine and was measuring at 13 weeks. Yay, I'm one week closer to holding that precious bundle than I thought! Then I watched as the baby jumped, throwing his/her hands in the air! It was amazingly clear-- I could see the baby's head, body, arms and legs, even fingers! And the sonographer said she thought she saw a little something extra sticking out as well! Looks like Elon may have a partner in crime-- keep me in your prayers-- I'm going to need all the energy I can muster to keep up with TWO boys! However, the sonographer did tell me not to go out and purchase all blue-- yet! If you think about it, please pray that God would cause this clot to absorb so I can resume normal life and not have to worry!