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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The Beefalo were out near the entrance gate Left the North Rim just before noon Tuesday under a semi-cloudy sky. Dropping off the Kaibab Plateau I could barely see the giant cliffs of the Grand Staircase Escalante because of the rain clouds and haze. Smoke actually, from either the LA or Utah fires. It was still a bit hazy on the drive towards Zion. Yet improved as I approached the park.
I took soooo many photos this story will have to be stretched out a bit. Keep coming back please.
Had a great time at Zion National Park. Just got home and have unpacking, blog reading and 100s of photos to label. Hope to get some posts up about walking the Virgin River into The Narrows, yet have to return to work tomorrow.
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Sally from The (Mis) Adventures of Karl and Sally has started a new meme where the past is remembered through sharing old family photographs and this is #13 (I think). I love the idea and hope you will too. So join the fun by clicking here. (I’m out of town so won’t be able to add my name to this marvelous meme. Just go there anyway.)
Angels Window from Cape Royal Trail OK, I spent Monday out on the Walhalla Plateau, hung out at several overlooks chatting with visitors and gave a geology and archeology program. View from Walhalla overlook It’s beautiful, gorgeous, amazing, outstanding...... But I still need a change of scenery. I have the next three days off and haven’t been off the rim in weeks.
At Walhalla overlook All day I tossed an imaginary coin between Zion and Bryce National Parks. Louise at Potted Frog really teased me with her recent visit to Bryce. Yet it’s a little cold there at night so I’m going to Zion where it’s very warm and if it rains, who cares.
Sunrise out my window Some days start early. The candelabra tree, Ponderosa Pine I might lead a nature walk. Or give a geology talk. Converse with Raven. 5-legged long-horned beetle Rescue a bug. Aspen fire on Walhalla Plateau Talk about fire. Prepare for a campfire. Today I’ll be out on the Walhalla Plateau talking about geology at Cape Royal. Unkar delta on Colorado River And archeology at the Walhalla overlook. Some days run late.
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