Eight days, seven nights, six souvenir T-shirts, five suitcases, four corners, three cliff dwellings, two canyons, one blog post. Yes, these are vacation pictures. A ton of vacation pictures. My family and I have returned from a nearly two-thousand-mile drive together to the Grand Canyon and back. Our trip included the tram ride to the top of Sandia Peak, an all-day visit to the Painted Desert and the Petrified Forest, climbing all over the lava flows at Sunset Crater, a hike down to the bottom of Walnut Canyon, the ruins at Mesa Verde, and rafting the Lower Animas River in Durango. We even took some pictures on a Sunday afternoon standin’ on a corner in Winslow, Arizona. But, settle down. It’s not like I’ve invited you over for dinner and then set up a big screen in the living room with a projector and forced you to look at all 450 of my slides and listen to at least 400 stories about them. These are just pictures and brief captions. You can click on each pic to get the bigger size. Or you can ignore this all together. I’ll never know.