Yes, it’s that time of year again for my season as a Park Ranger at Grand Canyon to end. Good thing as it’s already snowed once. I don’t much like cold winter and would gladly live in perpetual summer with a fall and spring thrown in once in a while. Don’t get me wrong. I LOVE my job and the canyon. But six months is enough to work anywhere. It’s time to PLAY!
This is not mine, but I’m shopping
Many plans are running around in my head. I really didn’t GO anywhere last winter and my feet itch SO bad. I just can’t wait to travel. Had thought about a road trip to the Pacific Northwest with my friend Berta. But I really don’t want to haul the big 5th-wheel that I call home that far. I’ve been looking for a slide-in cabover camper, but shopping from the North Rim ain’t easy. I’m still looking. And besides it’s getting to be winter in the north. Nuff said. So if I can quickly find a camper when I’m back closer to civilization and more choices we might take a desert road trip, to who knows where. Maybe southern Arizona, Joshua Tree National Park, Death Valley…..
I’ve signed up for the January New Media Expo in Las Vegas. It will be my first time to any kind of blog/internet related conference so I really don’t know what to expect yet hope to do a lot of networking.
All summer I’ve been working on a plan to go to Central America for a few months, January, February, March, we’ll see. I have lists of places I want to visit and experience. But that’s a whole nother post.
So today is my last day of work, I’ll pack this weekend and then pull out Monday and head to Flagstaff for a few days.
This does not mean the North Rim of Grand Canyon National Park is closing. Attempts will be made to keep this side of the park open until the morning of November 26th, unless measurable snow closes Highway 67 before that. And please remember, the South Rim is open all year.
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