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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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Saturday, September 10, 2011

Heading home from Flagstaff

01 New hitch in truck Flagstaff AZ (1024x745)

Had a 5th-wheel hitch installed in Flagstaff. Now I’ll be ready to roll in October.

02 Mt Humphreys SR89 S AZ (1024x744)

So now I’m reversing my journey. Back past Mt Humphreys.

03 Painted desert SR89N AZ (1024x513)

Back through the Painted Desert.

04 Vermilion & Echo Cliffs SR89 N AZ (1024x656)

Past Echo Cliffs.

05 Navajo Bridge over Colorado River at Marble Canyon AZ (768x1024)

Across the Colorado River on Navajo Bridge.

06 Vermilion Cliffs SR89A E AZ (1024x762)

Past the Vermilion Cliffs.

07 Kaibab Plateau from SR89A E AZ (1024x649)

Up onto the Kaibab Plateau.

08 Milkshake at Jacob Lake Kaibab NF AZ (1024x768)

Probably a stop at Jacob Lake for a milkshake.

09 2006 Warm fire SR67 N Kaibab NF AZ (1024x766)

Through the 2006 Warm Fire burn.

10 Kaibab NF SR67 AZ (1024x768)

And the Kaibab National Forest.

11 Rain behin Deva, Brahma & Zoroaster temples from Lodge NR GRCA NP AZ (1024x767)

To home where it might be raining.

11 comments:

Yogi♪♪♪ said...

It's like a rewind.

Anonymous said...

Yeah... and what a rewind!!!

It's Just Dottie said...

Wish I was with you!
Smiles,Dottie

Arija said...

Now that's what I call a real nice trip home. I would have stopped at any one of those places for at least a couple of days. Superb country,but then, it is probably all old hat for you.

Elaine said...

Such a pretty journey! I love the last photo.

Nina Fitzgerald said...

A good milkshake is always worth the stop.

AJ said...

I need to go to your world! Fantastic place! Enjoy... ;-)

Moannie said...

I haven't been visiting you lately, Gaelyn; seeing your comment today made me wonder why and it is because I must have lost you when my blog went walkabout. Now I'm a follower again...phew!
Seeing those wild Turkeys in a previous blog reminded me of the marvellous documentary I saw on TV last week about the man who raised a clutch of them and they thought he was their mother. Bet you've seen it...if not try to find it.

You certainly do live in the most beautiful country. XX

Bibi said...

What sites! Not sure which I like best...

Firefly said...

A trip with amazing sights and sites

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

Just love all the photos but the second one is stunning. Diane

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