By Kristy McCaffrey
|Havasu Falls, near Supai, Arizona -- the only town within|
the Grand Canyon.
The Hualapai Indians live along a stretch of the southern rim of Grand Canyon. Their reservation was created in 1883 and they’re closely related to the Havasupai Indians. They traditionally lived in wikiups, structures formed from cedar boughs.
|The Grand Canyon Skywalk (in the distance on the left).|
|This is reportedly the original Hopi sipapu.|
Kristy McCaffrey has been writing since she was very young, but it wasn’t until she was a stay-at-home mom that she considered becoming published. She’s the author of several historical western romances, all set in the American southwest. She lives in the Arizona desert with her husband, two chocolate labs, and whichever of their four teenaged children happen to be in residence.