This has been the week of meeting bloggers.
Last Friday before leaving Hurricane I was invited to visit Chuck & Geri from http://www.phunnyfarm.blogspot.com/. The minute we met and hugged we started talking like old friends that just haven’t seen each other in a while. We went to lunch and before I knew it hours had passed and I still had a three hour drive back to the canyon.
Sunday when I arrived to work at the visitor center Joe from http://www.myqualitytime.net/ and his wife and friends were waiting for me. More hellos and off the conversation went. Unfortunately not for long as they were on their way out of the park for more adventures. I didn’t have my camera so am waiting for photos from Joe.
Wednesday night I visited with Garry from http://geotripper.blogspot.com/ and his wife at their campsite in the North Rim campground. Again like meeting old friends, plus a geology mentor. I wish they could have stayed longer to attend the 1st Annual Geology Festival Friday night. Garry would qualify as a speaker. I’ve learned so much from his posts about geology in general plus Grand Canyon and the Colorado Plateau specifically.
Last month Martha from http://zettsett.blogspot.com/ and her husband camped here also and Mike and I joined them for breakfast at the Grand Lodge. I love following Martha’s adventures around California. She gets to places most of us have never seen before and shares the views through her fantastic photography.
What a treat to meet people in real time that I’ve been following in the blog world. Sure hope to meet more of you. So when can I expect your visit to Grand Canyon?
And speaking of blogging, I’ve been working on this site to make it easier for folks to follow Geogypsy wherever the path may lead and along the detours through life. I hope you’ll choose one of the new options on the side bar. And maybe leave a comment now and then. I mean, how can I meet you if I don’t know who you are?
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