Last week the sky provided quite a show from the North Rim with wonderful skies at Grand Canyon National Park where I have the privilege to work, live and play.
The sunset view from my RV home often lights up the sky with a blaze of colors.
Even a soft pastel sky brings delight driving through the 2006 Warm fire with an eastern view of the Vermilion Cliffs.
When the sun sinks low and the last light strikes the temples clouds glow over the canyon.
Watching as rain slides across the canyon and wondering if it will actually fall on the North Rim. It did.
The magic of inversion when fog drifts in and out, swirling around the temples and buttes, window views into a world of wonder.
And to finish out my work week, yesterday, the reward of a rainbow spanning the canyon after a gentle rain.
What more can a Grand Canyon Park Ranger ask for except to wish you were here to enjoy it with me.
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