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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, October 24, 2011

Our World–Buckskin Gulch slot canyon Part 1

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Our first real play day on vacation took us hiking from Wire Pass into Buckskin Gulch slot canyon. They are other worldly and not for the claustrophobic.

15 comments:

Yogi♪♪♪ said...

Great adventure. I really like how you always give an in depth view of the world around us. You really are in a job that suits you. Me, I would like at the same landscape and say, "nice rocks."

I hope that you have great vacation. Keep us posted.

Queenie said...

You are living my husbands dream, I tell ya :) What a beautiful and interesting place...thanks for sharing it on your blog so that I could see it too :)
Queenie

ArtMuseDog and Carol said...

Your photos are absolutely awesome! Have been thinking about Rving myself ~ wonder about a woman alone with a small dog ~ how safe is it ~thanks, namaste, Carol (A Creative Harbor) Happy OWT ^_^

Barb said...

Your rock photos are like modern art, Gaelyn. I love the lizard tracks and also the rippling sand. You've got an eye for the unusual.

Sylvia K said...

Superb captures, Gaelyn, and such a fascinating, interesting and informative post! Thank you! I enjoyed this so much!

Sylvia

trav4adventures said...

Oh, wow! Amazing photos, Gaelyn!

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

What amazing photos, you are always in such beautiful places. Diane

Jackie said...

What a fascinating life you lead. I am going to send the link to your Blog to my geophysicist grandaughter Catherine, she emigrated to Canada two nights ago and one of her ambitions is to go white-water rafting, she is an adventurous girl.

In answer to your question, no I didn't dress up this time, I will next year for the 20th WWII Weekend. My old WRAF uniform would never fit me now, unfortunately.

Stewart M said...

Hi there - what a great place to explore. But you wound not want to get stuck between and rock and a hard place!

I think I should take advantage of the $, but I've so much to see here as well!

SM - Australia

Arija said...

Those rocks just blow me away. Wish I could get over there to feel my way around them.
Great post.

Firefly said...

Absolutely amazing geological formations and information. And beautiful as well

Bibi said...

Just gorgeous, no other word. That top photo reminds me of the film "127 Hours"---I bet you've seen it.

hannah said...

Seems so alien to me that I can hardly believe it is reality. Inhospitable and I suppose one has to be very strong mentally as well as physically to traverse terrain like this. Is it safe to go by yourself?
Living where we do, when climbing a Highland mountain is a daring adventure, it is hard to envisage what you go through on your travels.

AJ said...

All the fun you're having is making me rather jealous... enjoy, we enjoy seeing the results of your travels...

Carol said...

The slot canyon is absolutely beautiful. I miss seeing that part of the country..that's what makes your blog so special.

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