The Canyon

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The first time I saw the Grand Canyon I was about 10 to 12 years old. My parents were making this “grand” road trip to see the major sites around the west. We visited the North Rim, and I went back to the North Rim when I was in college with my ex. If you’ve followed my blog for a while, you may have seen a post from my last visit in 2021 to Toroweap on the north side of the canyon.

Having lived in the west almost my whole life, I had never seen the South Rim of the Grand Canyon. So, earlier this month I made a trip down to Cameron, Arizona as my base camp, and then spent a few days at the South Rim of the Grand Canyon.

Many of our more popular national parks and major national monuments are getting so busy that it’s almost…

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11 Responses to The Canyon

  1. wow.. stunning pics! ❣️

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  2. Andi says:

    Absolutely breathtaking.

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  3. Wow! Beautiful shots!! Thank you for sharing this! Kudos to him!

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  4. Thotaramani says:

    It’s really thrilling to climb mountains while in adventure Mitch

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  5. Daniel Kemp says:

    Fantastic photographs, thank you for showing these.

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  6. The pictures are beautiful. One might want to ‘borrow’ some for a screen saver?

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  7. Flowerpoet says:

    How beautiful! 🤩😍💕✨

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  8. Beautiful photos! The last time we were there it was unfortunately hazy due to pollution coming in from nearby cities (*COUGH* Vegas L.A. Phoenix *COUGH*) and the colors were rather muted. Still a lot of spectacular views of course but my wife, who had never been there before, was a bit disappointed she didn’t get to see it on clearer days.

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