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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Tuesday, January 31, 2012

Going to the the South Rim Grand Canyon

1 Bradshaw Mts from SR89 N Prescott NF AZ (1024x768)
When going to the South Rim at Grand Canyon I travel through quaint towns, over mountains and past farmlands and forests along the way.


KT said...

Hmmm... We stayed a few nights in Flagstaff before and both loved it there. Looking forward to you upcoming posts!

stillhowlyn said...

Sounds like a bit of a "busman's holiday...Gorgeous pictures. Enjoy the symposium.

Ernie Hendrix said...

I love reading your mini-travelogues. I get to see places I might otherwise never have a chance to go. Thanks for sharing your trips.

(Ms.) Ernie

Quiet Paths said...

Wow, I'm enjoying that blue sky and that amazing sunset all the way from here.

RoeH said...

Someday I want to drive 89 from Nogales to the Canadian Border. I've probably been on most of it since I've lived in Montana, Idaho, Utah, and Arizona but it sould be fun to do it slow and continuously. Absolutely amazing scenery. You can't see anything on a freeway. Mostly.

Kathie Brown said...

Gaelyn, that IS a glorious sunset! glad you found the "pop" button. I tall looks good! I was wondering about how you made out, so thanks for telling me. If your photos come out too orange or too blue after you "pop" the color, try adjusting the temperature as needed to warmer or cooler. I find that if I pop the color on photo of white people they look too orange or red in the face. If I coll the picture down the color looks much better! However, since you forget to take photos of people, it probably won't be a problem for you! ;-)

Pat said...

Oh, I enjoyed my ride! And that last

(Your remark about not taking photos of people makes me think that I do, but I am never in them.)

Firefly the Travel Guy said...

One day I would like to do a road trip through the USA.

Looking at those pics you wouldn't say it winter.

Just Jane said...

I like the look and sound of option 1 too. Maybe you'll document that one for us sometime as well.

Although, historic Kirkland looks like my kind of place :).

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