Description

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.

Moved

Thank you for stopping by. Just to let you know, I'm still blogging but have moved to Geogypsytraveler. Hope you'll follow my adventures. Just click here.

Friday, August 20, 2010

Dear park ranGer,

01 Gaelyn at campfire program 6-10 NR GRCA NP AZ by Mike (1024x525)
The magic of being a Park Ranger is you, the visitor.  Find out why here.

18 comments:

haphazardlife said...

How sweet. There are good people out there.

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

What a lovely thought. I wish everyone though the same. Diane

Karen said...

What a pleasant surprize!

SAPhotographs (Joan) said...

Now that is a wonderful and heart warming story Gaelyn. We sometimes go about our work and think no one appreciates us so it is so nice to have someone actually say and show it. Keep up the magnificent job you are doing my dear friend!!

Small City Scenes said...

Isn't that just the greatest!!!
I remember a few times when my brother sister and i would do something for our mother and leave a note and signing it the elves. I am glad the tradition continues.
MB

RuthieJ said...

How cool is that? And how nice to know that people are appreciative of you and your job!

Elaine said...

What a delightful thank you note to receive! A small gesture, but it is one that gave so much pleasure. The note is one to keep in your scrapbook of memories. It will warm your heart each time you look at it.

Natural Moments said...

I like the idea of secret campers. They must be below or above our radar and invisible to most people.

Janie said...

Aw, that's so cute and sweet. I'd love to meet those secret campers!

Bibi said...

Oh, that's just too cute. Warm fuzzy.

katney said...

As a National Park Volunteer, I love seeing the wonder and excitement and pure delight. I love seeing the work fo the Ranbger corps appreciated. I love people loving the parks. Each year we seem to meet people who have lived an hour and a half away for many years and are visiting for hte first time. Never too late to start.

(We added two national parks to our visited list this summer--Cairngorms in Scotland and Northumbria in England.)

Rambling Woods said...

Oh my gosh..that is the best gift ever..it gave me the chills...

Fragrant Liar said...

Aawww! How cool that they became your secret camper elves, kind of like secret Santas!

Every time I come here and I read that you have wheelestate, I giggle and wish I were you!

Splendid Little Stars said...

That is so cool!! Parks, national and otherwise, are my favorite places to be. Wonderful to be appreciated for the great work you do!

This Is My Blog - fishing guy said...

Gaelyn: That was a neat note.

Barb said...

This was a special gift to you, Gaelyn. Enjoy it! Of the many people you deal with who are probably oblivious, you can still feel thankful for someone like this!

dAwN said...

I am smiling a big smile..
that was wonderful.
Thanks for sharing that wonderful story and gift.

Firefly said...

It is so amazing getting things like that. Feels better than the biggest tip.

Google Analytics