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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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Friday, October 30, 2009

Rim to Rim Grand Canyon Day 3 - Part 6

Amy on Silver BridgeWe said good bye to new made friends from the trail and began our ascent to Indian Garden camp...(read more)

19 comments:

Jazz said...

I'm loving all these pictures you're posting! That bridge is way cool.

Unseen Rajasthan said...

Nice post with beautiful shots !! Simply beautful and lovely place !! Thanks for sharing..Unseen Rajasthan

Moannie said...

Heart stopping. Favourites are the bridge [great composition girl] and number five took my breath away. What must it be like to see it for real?

Natural Moments said...

Stacey and Her Mom spent the night last night at a lodge on the south Rim of the Grand Canyon. There were a few snow flakes in the air yesterday and the day before. Winter in the high desert has arrived.

I remember seeing a bighorn sheep with Stacey when we hiked a portion of the south side of the canyon's bottom. It was chewing away as it sat in the shade up on a nearby ledge.

Happy Trails Always......

Natural Moments said...

Stacey and Her Mom spent the night last night at a lodge on the south Rim of the Grand Canyon. There were a few snow flakes in the air yesterday and the day before. Winter in the high desert has arrived.

I remember seeing a bighorn sheep with Stacey when we hiked a portion of the south side of the canyon's bottom. It was chewing away as it sat in the shade up on a nearby ledge.

Happy Trails Always......

Janie said...

Magnificent sights and views. You took the trip slowly enough to enjoy all aspects, which is a great way to do it.

Craver Vii said...

I like the tent... does it have a basement? ;-)

Lorac said...

I would love to see this in person but since that is not in the near future really appreciate you showing us! Great post.

mountain.mama said...

So exciting you got your first big horn shot!

I just listened to a book, In the Heart of the Canyon, about a river trip through the Grand Canyon. Have you done that as well?

Evelyn Howard said...

Amazing photos once again.

eileeninmd said...

Sounds like another great day. I love the photos of the bridge and the Big Horn Sheep is cool. Congrats on your sighting.
Great photos.

SAPhotographs (Joan) said...

I am enjoying every step of the way Gaelyn. Thanks for this wonderful post and congrats on your first pic of the Bighorn. :)

A human kind of human said...

Have I mentioned before that I wish I could be there hiking with you?

The Giraffe Head Tree said...

I enjoy very much living vicariously through your blog, Gaelyn. Keep it comin'!

Lisa Wilson said...

I'm always looking for bighorn sheep. I've seen them 3 times now. I swear they hide from me.

Barb said...

That composition with Silver Bridge is wonderful! Lucky you - a Bighorn! The campsite at Indian Gardens brings back memories.

Firefly said...

This hike is just getting more and more interesting. And it's great that you got to take a pic of one of those goats.

Rambling Woods said...

Congrats on the bighorn catch. They sound like amazing climbers....

Louise said...

Apparently it's been two weeks since I've been here! A lot of catch-up! (How you do this on dial-up is beyond me!) My favorite thing here is the bridge!

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