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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 23, 2009

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

Moon over Yarnell
Winter in Yarnell was over before I knew it, and it was time to return to my
alter-life as a Park Ranger at (read more here)...

25 comments:

Sylvia K said...

Great tour! Love your jewelry, too! Oregon will always be one of my favorite places to have lived! Thanks for the great photos!

fishing guy said...

Gaelyn: An interesting look at your walk through life.

ewok1993 said...

You have an interesting life. Glad you keep sharing it with us.

imac said...

Great selection of colourful photos.

Arija said...

What a wonderfully varied life with impersonations and lovely fairs. Love the statues and the Indian.

Kathiesbirds said...

I'd like to know more about Darlingtonia! They look like little heads poking up from the ground!

Wren said...

I can't wait to see where you go next.

Janie said...

You have such a wonderful assortment of knowledge of flora, fauna, and geology, not to mention history of the various areas where you've lived.
that chateau is a beautiful building. It's such fun to see all the places you've lived and worked.

Grammy said...

Looks like you have allot of fun. I would enjoy your job too. Have a great week.

Indrani said...

Amazing places you visit... thanks for this virtual tour!

Lilli & Nevada said...

Been yrs since i have been to the Oregon Caves. Nice post

SAPhotographs (Joan) said...

A fascinating tour with you Gaelyn. I love those old boats and could easily live on one going up and down the river all day.

Susie of Arabia said...

Gaelyn - You lead such a varied, interesting, colorful, and FUN life! And you get to enjoy nature at its best. What more could one want?

Brit' Gal Sarah said...

Tie-dying is fun, I have done that before too. The Chateau is stunning, love your idea of creating a 'living' character too, it enhances visits I'm sure.

nadia said...

That's very interesting, Gaelyn! I love tie dying too, it's so much fun. Thank you so much for sharing your world with us :)

Karen said...

What fun you had in Oregon! When I was a Girl Scout leader, tie dyeing was one of the favorite crafts of the girls when we went camping. We made lots of tie dyed t-shirts and bandanas.

Ruth said...

What a multi-talented and interesting woman you are! Those carnivorous plants are unusual. I would think twice before walking through that big patch ;-0

Your EG Tour Guide said...

This post was tons of fun. Lots to see and read about. ;-)

antigoni said...

Great photos, great place.

Diane C. said...

Those carnivorous plants look like duck heads, and so many of them! You sure have a lot of interesting experiences. Good thing you take photos and share them with us. Colorful tie-dye pictures. My son showed me how to tie-dye shirts last summer, great fun!

Glennis said...

Very interesting life you lead, I am sure you enjoy it all.
You could sell your pretty jewelery at my local market by the Railway Station! I like the last photo of the manikins and the children, its really nice, specially the little fairy in front.

dAwN said...

Love your ranger stories..

Lisa Wilson said...

These are wonderful photos! I think you have a wonderful life, too! Thanks for visiting my blog.

Tranquility said...

I'm currently in Oregon... I think I need to go check out the Oregon Caves National Monument (now that you've mentioned it)!

Louise said...

That is great that you developed a program. Tie-dying is a messy affair!I have only done it with children, however. Maybe that's why.

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