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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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Tuesday, June 8, 2010

MWT – Happenings at Grand Canyon

01 Bright Angel Canyon NR GRCA NP AZ (1024x766)
So much happening right now at the canyon. Summer is on with temps in the 80s. Don’t know what happened to spring, we went from winter to summer.  Many special events...


19 comments:

Pat said...

Ah, spring is a wonderful thing, especially in natural settings. It got hot suddenly here, too, a couple of days ago. That quilt is fantastic!

Small City Scenes said...

From snow to the 80s. How awesome. Be prepared the games have started!!!

BTW: the check is in the mail---cryptic, eh? MB

Sciarada said...

Hi Gaelyn I see you busy with wonderful things. The stars in the sky what spectacle!

Abraham Lincoln said...

I wish you would take a picture of the Canyon Swallowtail Butterfly. I have seen lots of swallowtails but am curious to know what these look like. I checked on Google and saw lots of things and most were not really butterflies. I saw one called a Canyon Swallowtail by the picture's owner and it looked like what we call a Tiger Swallowtail. Black and pale yellow.

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

That fist picture is just amazing. I followed your link to look at the quilts; they are beautiful. Diane

Carolyn Ford said...

I remember the nighttime skies of the Grand Canyon from our camping days on the South Rim. I'd love to be there with all those telescopes. What an amazing sight that would be. I am glad your snow has disappeared and flowers are now emerging! Enjoy!

Diane AZ said...

That's a pretty view of the canyon, and I'm going gaga over Terry Kramzer's art quilts. Thanks for introducing the artist and her work.

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

Your world is lovely right now Gaelyn. There really was no spring here in FL -- I'm not sure if that's always how it is or if this year is different (we haven't been here this long before). But I missed spring!

Elaine said...

Love the photo of the canyon and the quilt is lovely. Glad you've finally warmed up.

Craver Vii said...

Having lived most of my life in Chicago proper, I was AMAZED to see the stars in a dark, clear sky at Starved Rock. I would LOVE to look through those telescopes out there!

This Is My Blog - fishing guy said...

Gaelyn: What a great place to be and to share all the happenings.

Karen said...

I would have loved to have seen that quilt demonstation! how long is she going to be here?

SAPhotographs (Joan) said...

I would think that is the perfect place to go star gazing as it is in Kruger. What brilliant sights they must see through those telescopes.

Glennis said...

WOW love that quilt, it is truly awesome. The white phlox is pretty too.

Bibi said...

Four more reasons to visit the Grand Canyon. Love all four pics.

Firefly said...

I can imagine watching the sky around there must be an wonderful experience. Similar to the Karoo over here. Doing a star watch with somebody in the know is an awesome and eye opening experience.

Janie said...

I'm sure the skywatching is sensational from the rim. We've never brought a telescope, but the stars are always glorious down there.
Love the fabric postcard with crows and moon.

christine said...

A star party; now that is something worth attending! It's great you are all doing that - what a great program.

Barb said...

Yippee, wildflowers at the Canyon! Keep that camera handy.

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