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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, February 16, 2009

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

Me at Cliff Palace Mesa Verde NP
After my 2005 summer season at Mesa Verde National Park I was feeling a great need for...

35 comments:

Ivar Ivrig said...

Wow, so many interesting shots. Excellent for this meme. Thanks for sharing.

Sylvia K said...

Fabulous shots! Reminded me of my trip many years ago Mesa Verde - one of my favorite places. Great tour! Thanks for sharing and have a great week!

SandyCarlson said...

That's the way to live!

antigoni said...

So many beautiful things to see!
Great post. Thanks for sharing.

Your EG Tour Guide said...

You really get around! You seem to have such great memories too, a BIG plus. ;-)

Anonymous said...

Hey girl, I really love traveling with you again. Thanks for the memories. Darl

Esther Garvi said...

Great post! I especially enjoyed the fort!

Babooshka said...

I agree wth Sandy It is such a wonderful lifestyle.

Janie said...

What an interesting life you lead. Great photos of interesting places. Must be a lot of fun to work in the National parks and get to know them intimately. I see in your profile that you like to read Nevada Barr novels. Me, too. you could be an inspiration for some of her stories.

Susie of Arabia said...

What fun! You have the greatest friends and interesting life! I love all the variety you packed into this post. BTW, I had a pumpkin costume the same as Darlene's when I was a kid!!!

Wren said...

You've been to some of my favorite places in the southwest, and some I'm still looking forward to seeing.

George said...

You covered a lot of the country in this post. The pictures are neat and make me want to make a trip out west.

Marites said...

wow! that's a lot and i got so envious:) sounds like you've had a grand time travelling too:)

Indrani said...

That is exciting, life on move! You get to see so many things. Thanks for sharing these.

Swarna said...

You story in pictures...can't wait for next week. You built up suspense very well! Hope things look up soon, and stay that way.

Yogi♪♪♪ said...

Thanks for the whirlwind tour!

AlekSandra said...

Oh,this is ,among your other posts,great,wonderfullll!!!Trough your eyes I see olso world we live in,me without moving,thank you from my heart,love from Holland!Aleksandra

alicesg said...

Lovely and interesting place where you are. Love the scenery.

SAPhotographs (Joan) said...

An extremely interesting post Gaelyn. You have been to so many fantastic places.

As a child growing up, there were only two places I ever wanted to go, Disneyland and the Grand Canyon. During my first visit to the USA, I got to see both and was struck dumb by the beauty of the canyon and never wanted to leave.

Reader Wil said...

Thanks so much for the tour! it must be wonderful to roam the world like you do!

Absolute Vanilla (and Atyllah) said...

That Grand Canyon landscape is so dramatic and the cliff dwellings are amazing!

Dee said...

Very cool. The Land of the Mouse is always a fun place to visit as well.

Carver said...

Sounds like a great time. All of these shots are great and the montezuma castle looks totally amazing.

AlekSandra said...

And dont you worry about answering to all,you just send us great pics and give us the tour,stay safe and thank you once more.Or must I speak only for my self,ok,but I'll not wait for an answer cause youre ondial-up,so take care.

W. Latane Barton said...

Arizona is a wonderful place, too hot for my liking but then I love to visit.

Brit' Gal Sarah said...

Wonderful Gaelyn, you have been to many places I hope to visit. You truly live a life of adventure

Diane C. said...

I've never been to the Grand Canyon, or any of the other wonderful places in your post, but I sure enjoy taking these tours through your blog!

Louise said...

That part of AZ is so beautiful. Perfect birthday gift. And I'm dying to know if you ever worked at the Grand Canyon. (I like the North Rim better, by the way.) Disney... perfect!

Arija said...

What exciting life! Love your earrings above as well.

Lantaw said...

I love those great views! Nothing beats an outdoor adventure

Catherine said...

the roaming nomadic lifestyle looks very appealing when you visit such stunning locations...

gnometree said...

What an amazing world. Thanks for sharing.
Cockaleechie has never really been a town. Like so mny places in South Australia, it is a place on a map, probably where a train stopped, but no-one actually ever lived there. It is a farming community and anyone living within about 10 miles would say that they are from Cockaleechie. The pioneers of the area usually built the facilities for the whole community to use, but no-one ever "owned" them

Kathiesbirds said...

You are certainly a gypsy with wanderlust in your bones!

Moannie said...

OMIGOSH! What a fabulous way to live...so glad I have found another traveller to take me with them.

Kilauea Poetry said...

Oh this is wonderful..how fotunate you are! My two boys (older then younger followed)..lived in Arizona for about seven years..the younger slightly over. They are back home now. Well, even though I'm originally from S.Ca., I took my first trip to Utah while visiting them. I still have my grungy key chain I picked up in that cool little town of Jerome! I loved Sadona!! I'm glad I got to read your blog!

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