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I own no land, instead I have wheelestate. I’ve been a full time RVer since 1997. Working summers as a Park Ranger takes me to many beautiful places and playing during the winter takes me to many more. This blog is simply the story of my life's adventures.

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Monday, January 26, 2009

My World Tuesday - The Gypsy life of a seasonal Park Ranger

New to me 5th-wheel with Carson
Towards the end of my third season at Oregon Caves National Monument  I traded my motorhome for a 5th wheel, met up with some friends and took a road trip which you can read more about here.

28 comments:

Sara G said...

Great post and awesome photo's!!
Thanks for sharing your part of the world with us!!

George said...

Thanks for taking us on your trip south of the border. I'm looking forward to finding what's next on your itinerary.

Louise said...

Beautiful scenery everywhere. I think I must visit the Sea of Cortez one day!

Your EG Tour Guide said...

What a nice way to travel around! I'm enjoying your tale.

ewok1993 said...

Wonderful post. I am enjoying your tale too.

imac said...

Great shots for a great journey

Susie of Arabia said...

What a fun trip! That Sea of Cortez is such a brilliant turquoise color. Gorgeous photos!

Guy D said...

Great stuff, I really enjoyed your myworld post this week.

Cheers!
Regina In Pictures

Yogi♪♪♪ said...

What an adventure. Thanks for sharing.

Janie said...

Sounds like fun, except for the vehicle breakdown. The shots of the deep blue sea and beaches are gorgeous.

Arija said...

A wonderful tale, so perfectly illustrated. I'm all agoa again for next week's episode.

Diane said...

Enjoyed your adventure south of the border. I especially like the Cardon cactus and Sea of Cortez pictures.

Carver said...

This was so interesting to me. Great shots and post.

Brit' Gal Sarah said...

Gaelyn you have had such a fascinating life and been to so many wonderful places. There is much to be said for the freedom you enjoy to move around.

Sylvia K said...

You have had some wonderful travels and adventures! Love all your photos, just beautiful. I lived in San Miguel de Allende for a year ten years ago, that's another town that has as many American/Europeans as native Mexicans. Thanks for sharing!

mountain.mama said...

Love to look at the beautiful shots of warm places.

Marites said...

beautiful photos and interesting post. Felt like i've been there too:) i would love to travel that way someday.

SAPhotographs (Joan) said...

This has been a wonderful trip with you Gaelyn, thanks for taking us along. It seems you live a wonderful, carefree life which is fantastic.

precious said...

So many beautiful photos. Thank you for sharing. BTW I've never seen a cactus tree so big.

Kathiesbirds said...

You sure do get around. Love the photo of the creek with the boulders.

Dirk said...

Again a great post, always looking out for your stories. Thank you very much for sharing.

Karen said...

Oh, gosh, I want to be just like Geogypsy when I grow up.

I love the way you tell your story.

2sweetnsaxy said...

What a great post. Some would think the desert is bare and drab but it certainly has a beauty all it's own and I think you captured it in these shots. I sure miss the old days of ventures through the desert. Wonderful photos.
:-) Good luck with the summer job.

Wren said...

Delightful adventure - you've lived an interesting life and seen a lot.

mannanan said...

Great informative post. Thank you for sharing your world with us.

marcelo said...

Excelent palce and photos

jean said...

Interesting pix & very interesting story. Thanks for sharing. Have agood week.

Indrani said...

Interesting journey, loved the details and the pictures.

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