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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, October 12, 2009

MWT - Grand Canyon Rim to Rim

North Kaibab Trail
Tuesday morning I’ll head down the North Kaibab Trail with a friend for rim to rim hike... (read more)


33 comments:

√ Abraham Lincoln said...

Your photography is elegant and just fits the blog perfectly.

Diane AZ said...

Enjoy your hike, it sounds wonderful. Of course we're all looking forward to posts about your trip, but take your time and savor each moment.

SAPhotographs (Joan) said...

How wonderful Gaelyn. I know you could never bore anyone with all the fantastic information you have to pass on.

eileeninmd said...

Gaelyn, it sounds like a wonderful hike and it is nice that you do not have to rush. If it were me I would have to take my time.
I hope to see some wonderful pcitures when you get back.

Lanny said...

What a great time to look forward to!

Sylvia K said...

Terrific shots as always, Gaelyn! And how fun! Hope you have a marvelous time and like the others, I look forward to reading about it when you return!

Have a great hike!

Sylvia

Erin said...

wow...an ambitious trek with your friend(s). nor would i consider it a one day hike...24 miles...eek. probably would take me more than 4 days...
have a wonderful time. so enjoyed your photographs.

The Giraffe Head Tree said...

The Grand Canyon always makes me feel so small, so insignificant. Have a lovely, wonderful hike with friends!

Karen said...

Girl, I am really proud of you to do this again, twice in one season. I wish I had what it takes to do it.

Your EG Tour Guide said...

You're taking time to see and enjoy it and that's very good. It sure is a long, long way down and back up again. Take tons of photos, please, ;-)

jeannette stgermain said...

I love to see the geological layers in your pic of the Angel Trail.
24 miles??? You're are in good shape!

Barb said...

Happy Hiking and Camping, Gaelyn! I look forward to seeing your fall photos of the Canyon when you return from this adventure. (Hope you can take some of Indian Gardens - I camped there one night many years ago when we got a permit for backpacking 7 days in the Canyon.I thought it was beautiful.)

Postcards from Wildwood said...

Have a great hike, Gaelyn. Sounds fascinating, wonderful - and energetic! Look forward to the photos.
Janice.

Natural Moments said...

Have lights of fun as you go deep into the past. Bring back lots of goodies to the surface to process and to share with the world Gaelyn.

b

dowhatyoulove said...

Oh how much fun! Have a most wonderful trip, and enjoy the magic that is the grand canyon. Its such a great experience hiking down through there!

mountain.mama said...

Gee, can't imagine why you don't want to do that all in one day when you can enjoy it so much more at a human's pace!

Wren said...

I knew it was a mile up and down, but didn't realize it was 24 across.

There's really only one word for the Grand Canyon: wow!

Ms. Fiddlesticks said...

Enjoy your hike. Looking forward to any pictures and stories.
DF

J Bar said...

Love these shots.
Sydney - City and Suburbs

Bibi said...

I'm not much of a hiker when it's hot, but in autumn weather, this would be fun. I am all the more interested because you've shown such gorgeous places.

Firefly said...

The more I see of you blog, the more I want to visit the Grand Canyon. I am just amazed by the geology and its colours as well as everything else. I would never get bored listning to you on a tour.

hilary said...

Wish I was going with you...

fourwindsphotojournal said...

Sounds wonderful to me. I certainly wouldn't be bored. Anxious to read more about the hike!

Arija said...

I'm with you there Gaelyn, when you are in a wonderful place like that, you want to savour it not rush through it.

Arija said...

I'm with you there Gaelyn, when you are in a wonderful place like that, you want to savour it not rush through it.

Coffeedoff said...

Beautiful place!

LadyFi said...

Looks wonderful. Have a great hike!

J said...

I would be worried for your friends if they were bored by anything to do with such a wonderful, beautiful place - ien day, one day!

Ishtar said...

Ah, the view....!
The view is just AWESOME!

Rambling Woods said...

Sigh..how could anybody be bored in a place like that..I wish I could go with you...Michelle

Elaine said...

Looks like a wonderful hike. Beautiful photos.

dAwN said...

Oh nevermind on answering my comment above...thats what i get for reading the current blog post first...I see now that you are hiking 24 miles...have a great trip..look forward to your post about it.

Louise said...

People honestly think that is a 1-day hike? Crazy! I forgot to mention I flew over you on Thursday.

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