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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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Saturday, May 9, 2009

Hiking Grand Canyon - Day Two

Bright Angel Canyon & South Rim
We left Cottonwood Campground about 9am for a leisurely hike through Bright Angel Canyon to Phantom Ranch...

10 comments:

Karen said...

It is so beautiful at the bottom of the canyon. Awesome!

SAPhotographs (Joan) said...

Each picture I see I think "Now There is where I want to live" then I see the next one and think the same. LOL!! I know if I went there I would NEVER come out again. LOL!!

A fantastic post Gaelyn. What a great place to work, there is so much beauty surrounging you.

Pacey said...

Wow, i love that photo of the cactus.

Diane C. said...

Whoa, watch out for those charging mountain sheep! I love the gorgeous image of monkey flower plant against red earth and your wonderful spiny lizard and whipsnake shots. I just saw my first coachwhip, a red racer.

Martha Z said...

I'm enjoying hiking with you in pictures. Wish I could do it on foot.

Sally in WA said...

I'm really enjoying your journey and pictures. I never knew there was such diversity in plants and animals as you are showing. It's an education for me!

Quiet Paths said...

What a fantastic experience. I am fascinated by all the different critters and plants along the trail. Spaghetti dinner sounds heavenly after a hike like that!

Janie said...

You captured great wildflower and wildlife shots, as well as the beautiful scenery.

dAwN said...

Oh My..now you have to walk all the way back up..tee hee..
well at least you had a nice bed ..and a home cooked meal.
I would love to do that hike someday.

Brit' Gal Sarah said...

Wow just wonderful natural sights to take in, whilst avoiding being mown down LOL!

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