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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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Sunday, December 5, 2010

Hitting a wall

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On this most recent hike into the Grand Canyon I learned a few new things about my body and spirit. When I hit a wall, I can tunnel through and overcome physical obstacles as I soar.

10 comments:

mar said...

Estupenda foto. El puente parece que no llega a la otra orilla.
Un saludo

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

Great words and amazing photo. Dciane

Jo said...

Oh my word, what a STUNNING photo, Gaelyn. And the words are beautiful. Did you see I dedicated a post to you last weel? Have a great week ahead. Blessings and (((hugs))) Jo

blog with no name said...

My head is still reeling from the sights and sounds...

Barb said...

The view from under the bridge is awesome, Gaelyn. Yes, it's all about mental strength, isn't it. When we think we can't, very often we still can...

Natural Moments said...

Walls are certainly porous. We can certainly loosen up the senses that have been blocked off to re-invigorate our connectivity to our surroundings.

Bibi said...

Wow, is this ever a dramatic photo!!!

Elaine said...

We often think our limits are much less than they really are. It's only when we are challenged to do just a little bit more that we find out that we can indeed do more.

Diane AZ said...

Really interesting view from under the bridge. Neat to see things from a different perspective.

Janie said...

Great photo.
And a reminder that it's all in the mind and heart. Well, most of it. I must admit, sometimes the wall is in my knees, back, lungs, etc...

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