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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, November 2, 2009

MWT - Last day hike out of Grand Canyon - Part 8

Amy and Jan Indian Garden CampI left camp first, but it wasn’t long before they passed me...(read more)


13 comments:

Camels & Chocolate said...

Oh my, I think I need me one of those yummy-looking cocktails! (Yes, it's just 10:30am and already one of those days.)

Sylvia K said...

Wow! Gaelyn! What a fabulous hike this has been and I've so enjoyed following it each week. Marvelous photos, as always. And, yes, I'll be ready for one of those cocktails pretty soon -- yep, one of those days for me too!

Have a great week!

Sylvia

Barb said...

Hi Gaelyn,
Love the morning glow and the tunnel shot. Obviously, you're not getting older - just fitter! What is that pink concoction you're drinking?

Rambling Woods said...

You take such wonderful photos on your hikes...It must be so awe inspiring to be able to get up there on your own two legs...sigh

SAPhotographs (Joan) said...

You definitely deserved that cocktail Gaelyn. I had to laugh at your description on how you knew you were almost at the top of the trail. LOL!!

Bibi said...

Prickly pear cocktail! Hope they removed the spines, ha, ha. I am still enjoying your hike, effortlessly....

Firefly said...

Gaelyn, thanks for taking all of us along on this hike. It was an amazing experience, even though I wasn't there in person.
I just love the 4th picture looking back on the trail. Makes you realise the distance and height.
Now I'm looking forward to tag along in cyberspace on your next outing.

A human kind of human said...

How I would love to hike with you, but alas, not possible unless I suddenly strike gold or oil. I will be here in blogosphere following your every step. Thanks for sharing your wonderful hike.

Janie said...

Sounds like a great hike overall, and the photos were certainly fantastic!
I'd have to get in better hiking shape to do that route in 4 days.

Karen said...

If I can get in shape by then I will be with ya!

RuthieJ said...

What an amazing adventure that was Gaelyn! Thanks for taking us along.

Louise said...

I would LOVE to join you. The camping part scares me, but the rest sounds great. (I'm pretending I don't have a severe ankle injury.) That is an AMAZING trail!

Mikey said...

Holler if you plan that bloggers hike. I'd like to go!
Am catching up, haven't been here in a bit, am loving your Death Valley trip, fascinating. I'm so glad despite being on dialup that you post so many great pictures. You give me inspiration to go more places!!
PS - love that you posted Nothing, AZ. I've always wanted to take a pic of that "town", lol.

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