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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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Wednesday, September 9, 2009

Zion National Park Part 4 - The Narrows Part 2


So I left you, and me, in the middle of the Virgin River and headed to The Narrows...





18 comments:

jeannette stgermain said...

I love these rugged rocks, Gaelyn. Thanks for sharing. Maybe a dumb question, so you walk into the gorge?
Yes, the views are enough reason to go back LOL

Jazz said...

Stunning pictures again! I am so going to go to Zion!

Martha Z said...

Beautiful photos! I've always wanted to hike up the narrows but first parents and later Hubby have vetoed the idea.

Janie said...

Great photos. Looks like an outstanding trip. Will look forward to hearing about the rest of your travels.

Barb said...

What an adventure, Gaelyn! I loved all your pictures - very exciting and the rocks are spectacular. Even though it was hot, I guess it felt good since the water is so cold. Good that you had an accident-free experience. I love Escalante - will look forward to your postings.

Russ said...

Wow, that's so cool!!! Awesome photos.

Rambling Woods said...

I like your 'backyard' adventures....

Elaine said...

Wow, what an absolutely stunning place! Lovely photos. Thanks for taking us along on your hike.

SAPhotographs (Joan) said...

That place is spectacular Gaelyn. WOW!! I really love the colors of the rocks.

Jo said...

Hi Gaelyn, the rock formation and the walk through the gorge is spectacular. Who took the photo of you walking through the stream? You will love the Natal Drakensburg in South Africa. Many hikes are similar only not so GINORMOUS. Thanks for sharing.

RuthieJ said...

It's amazing to see what the power of water has done to those rocks! An excellent hike -- thanks for taking us along.

Arija said...

This is a fabulously wonderful place!!! I would so very much love to experience it for myself.

Ruth said...

The scenery is breathtaking. You are very brave to trek down the stream over those rocks.

tainterturtles said...

I love your pictures...oh how I envy you.

susieofarabia said...

What an awesome life you lead! You are so lucky, my friend - to see beauty like that on a daily basis. Do you just pinch yourself all the time or what?

This Is My Blog - fishing guy said...

Gaelyn: What a beautiful place with great photos.

Lorac said...

Incredible! I would so love to see that. Maybe one day, I will put it on my list of places to go. Thanks Gaelyn

Louise said...

How cool! I love this post! Must,MUST do this sometime. I'm glad to know about shoes, ankle support (necessary for me on any type of hike) and the trekking stick. SO cool.

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