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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, May 24, 2010

MWT - Recent Rove Grand Canyon National Park

01 Morning light on Bright Angel Canyon & SR GRCA AZ (1024x768)
Morning light over Bright Angel Canyon and the South Rim
One of my scheduled duties as a Park Ranger allows me to rove on trails, chat with visitors and answer questions...(Read more)


21 comments:

Pam said...

I can't tell you how much I enjoy the wonderful views you share, Gaelyn. Your photos are always so beautiful, thanks

Have a great day :)

Pat said...

Those canyons and distant vistas look untouched by man---stunning.

We've been having unseasonably cold weather here in northern California, too...snow over the weekend up at Lake Tahoe. Weird.

Food, Fun and Life in the Charente said...

I cannot believe that there is still snow around - we are 29 degrees C today!! The pictures are all amazing but the one of the boulders of Kaibab are very special. I am so enjoying my tour. Diane

Sylvia K said...

A fantastic tour to be sure and, as always, your photos are superb! Next best thing to being there in person!! I, too, love the boulders of Kaibab. Terrific post for the day, Gaelyn! Have a great week and I hope spring/summer arrives there soon! Surely has been a strange winter/spring/summer for many of us!

Sylvia

Yogi♪♪♪ said...

Thanks for showing us a little bit. What a job!

Small City Scenes said...

OMG!! Snow again. Well I went over the pass to EWA yesterday and there is still snow hanging around up there.

I went to Moses Coulee and Potholes Coulee and Ancient Lakes and then up N to Beesley Ridge. I look at these Coulees and marvel at them and then you show the Canyons there and.....all good. MB

Firefly said...

No wonder millions of people flock to see the Grand Canyon. AND you are getting paid to work there. Such a stunning place.

Diane AZ said...

Your pictures are wonderful, Gaelyn. The Kaibab boulders look really cool. Snow again, unbelievable!

Naquillity said...

Hello Gaelyn~ these photos are breathtaking. i'd love to someday visit the Grand Canyon. i'm sure there's no limit to the fun one could have. have a great night.

blog with no name said...

Huh, still snowing... no wonder we've been having a cold wind here.
Don't worry, don't you know that all you have to do is smile, and the sun will shine!
Beautiful pictures once again!

Janie said...

You really have a dream job, Gaelyn. But more snow? Seems like that ought to be over soon.
Your photos of the views are spectacular.

J Bar said...

Awesome scenery.
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luna miranda said...

majestic!

Bibi said...

Ah, how beautiful, even if there is snow there still. I am beginning to think winter is hanging on pretty much worldwide.

Regina said...

Beautiful and amazing world.

Ann said...

what a marvelous job you have. I work with children, and in the morning, I dread to wake up. But once I am with the kids, I am fine.

SAPhotographs (Joan) said...

It does not seem fair that we get paid to do jobs like this but hey, someone has to do it. LOL!!

This Is My Blog - fishing guy said...

Gaelyn: Truly beautiful captures of the canyon. A place God has made to be looked at and let your heart fill with wonder.

busterandboo said...

Your blog is amazing. Fabulous pictures. You're living the life I'd like to live one day. (how do you get a job as a park ranger?)
My son was just at the north rim yesterday. I've only been to the south rim. One day, soon!

Barb said...

Fabulous photos of a glorious place. Hang on to your hat, Gaelyn!

katney said...

We rove at Mt. Rainier as Volunteers in Parks. It's such a great job we do it for free. What a wonder to get to do it and get paid!!!

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