Grand Canyon

This was my first trip to the Grand Canyon, Steve’s second. Honestly, I wasn’t very impressed. I’m not sure what it was exactly but it lacked the appeal of other National Parks that we had been to. Still, it looks pretty impressive on paper. Nearly 5 million people visit every year and it is a 1 mile down from the rims to the floor of the canyon. We were on the South Rim and ended up seeing the Desert Hermit, Hopi House, the Grand Canyon Train, The Watchtower and a few other nice spots along that rim.

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Wonders Never Cease – The Grand Teton National Park

See the rugged snow-covered peaks stretching up towards the heavens above. The lake valleys that reflect those mountains and are surrounded with wildflowers in the spring. Imagine the wildlife; elk, bear, moose and wolves. The crisp morning air, fresh and energizing.  The Grand Teton Mountain range is exactly that. I haven’t seen many mountains in my life but so far I have yet to find any that are more majestic and magical than these.

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