Sun on the confluence of the Little Colorado River and Mt Hayden in foreground right
Last week I was out on the Walhalla Plateau. My day ended with roving at Point Imperial, in between the raindrops. I was windblown and cold so decided to leave early. Then a visitor who I’d seen several times that day walked up to me with a question. As we talked the sun came out and I commented on wanting to see a rainbow. So we walked back to the overlook, and sure enough, my first rainbow at Grand Canyon.

Rainbow over Nankoweap Canyon
It kept fading in and out and breaking up. At one point a small area above the horizon looked like it was raining rainbow. Even pale, I was very excited.
This is my 300th post! I wasn’t sure I’d ever make it this far in less than one year of blogging.

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