Havasupai Falls

The Jeep was comfortable to sleep in however the large number of people also staying at the trailhead were up all hours of the night. Car alarms were set off, people were randomly screaming, and random rowdiness. The wend blew all night long rocking me back and forth as I dozed between outbursts from the vehicles around me.

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Havasupai Falls

The Jeep was comfortable to sleep in however the large number of people also staying at the trailhead were up all hours of the night. Car alarms were set off, people were randomly screaming, and random rowdiness. The wend blew all night long rocking me back and forth as I dozed between outbursts from the vehicles around me.

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