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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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Thursday, October 13, 2011

SWF–A mixed bag and sad goodbye

As fall turns to winter at the North Rim it is time to move on and say a sad goodbye...
02 Clouds over canyon NR GRCA NP AZ (1024x394)

24 comments:

Betty Manousos@ Cut and Dry said...

wow! terrific shots!

i especially love the winter photo!

hugs
betty

Pat said...

safe travels.

Arija said...

I am also sorry you are leaving your beloved canyon and wish you a sae trip wherever you are going. I will miss your posts from here but look forward to those from your coming adventure.

Travel safely my friend.

Happytrails said...

Nice pics!
Happy and safe travels!

slim said...

Your photos are hints of things to come east. Happy trails!

Keith W said...

Nice pictures! Thank you. Happy travels!

Mark Alan Meader said...

I'm sure your winter road trip is going to be awesome. But, seems like you need a little break to catch up on posting about all your various travels... Still looking forward to more about the Lake Powell adventure:)
Happy trails!

J Bar said...

Beautiful shots.
Sydney - City and Suburbs

Martha Z said...

It looks like a great trip, I'm looking forward to viewing the journey through your lens.

EG Wow said...

Yes, I bet it must be hard to end the season. But hey! So much excitement ahead!

Sylvia K said...

These are such terrific shots and a look back! I know that it must be hard indeed to wind down a season in such a favorite place, but you always have wonderful adventures ahead and I look forward to seeing your shots from along the way. Enjoy, Gaelyn!

Sylvia

Magical Mystical Teacher said...

Happy trails! I look forward to seeing skies from wherever your journey takes you!

SKY-SEEKERS

The sky-seekers, some people say,
Do not favor night over day;
They always look up,
The sky is their cup,
And keeping it full is just play!


© 2011 by Magical Mystical Teacher

Western Sunset

A Scattering said...

My favorite is the one of you with the sky for a backdrop - lovely shot!

Splendid Little Stars said...

I loved seeing your photos--and the snow! That's something I haven't seen in that part of the world. (warm weather visitor!) Your last photo is beautiful!
Now I'm going to check out your road trip post...

KT said...

Oh gosh, it must be hard to leave. Yet, I envy your upcoming road trip. We very much like the Utah/Arizona/Colorado area and have visited many of the national parks...and would go back in a heartbeat if we could!

Merikay said...

I really enjoy seeing the sky pictures from skywatchers. Where I live right now I rarely see good cloud formations. It is either overcast or clear blue.

Firefly said...

I can really imagine that its hard to say goodbye to such a beautiful place every year. But you have lots to look forward to during winter and then there is always the returen to the Canyon next season.

Owlfarmer said...

I can't really think of a better job--and love seeing your perspective on the canyon. But there's always next season, and I'm sure you'll be travelling to some interesting places in the meantime.

Jackie said...

Looking forward to your road trip as a virtual passenger!

chubskulit said...

Beautifully captured!

My Skywatch, have a nice weekend!

Jeannelle said...

Nice photo set! Happy skywatching!

eileeninmd said...

Your photos are just amazing, Gaelyn! You do have a wonderful job. I hope you have a safe and a wonderful trip. Tae lots of photos. Happy skywatching!

haphazardlife said...

I can't wait for pics of the road trip, so I have no problem with you leaving.... So long as you're back at the canyon next year...

Barb said...

I think you might be finished with work this weekend, Gaelyn. Safe trip back home.

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