(Grand Canyon National Park, AZ) — President Obama and his family took time over the weekend to take in the sights of a couple national parks out west. On Saturday, the First Family visited Yellowstone National Park including the “Old Faithful” geyser and the President took time away from pushing for health care reform Friday in Montana to learn to fly fish. While at the Grand Canyon on Sunday, the President told his daughters Malia and Sasha and First Lady Michelle Obama he had last been there when he was eleven. The four looked out over the canyon from Hopi Point and Powell Point on the south rim of the landmark. On Monday, Obama will address a Veterans of Foreign Wars convention in Phoenix, Arizona before returning to the White House.
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