It’s a Grand Canyon

There was not a cloud in the sky today as we gazed over the rim of Grand Canyon.

It’s impossible to capture the vastness of the Grand Canyon with a simple photo. However, that has never stopped me from trying! Wandering the Rim Trail, we worked up an appetite and soon found refreshments in the El Tovar Hotel restaurant (be sure to ask for a table with a view). We wandered through the Hopi House (below right), built in 1904. The gift shop showcases Native American arts and crafts.

As we headed back to the parking lot, were reminded of our last trip to the Grand Canyon 13 years ago. Our sons were all well into their teenage years, and we wanted one last family adventure before they all headed off in different directions. The 2-day mule ride down to Phantom Ranch for the night, while not easy, remains a grand family memory.

We posed for a family photo on our 2006 mule ride to the bottom of the Grand Canyon.
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6 thoughts on “It’s a Grand Canyon

  1. Jamey

    Ok! I do believe the 2006 family photo is my favorite!! I love all of your posts and pics-but this photo just made me smile!!

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  2. Jackie Bachman

    Grand!

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  3. cindalu voight

    Dear Reg And Sue, THANK YOU for letting us be armchair travelers with you. I have never been to the Grand Canyon…..and now I really want to go more than ever. Your photos are GRAND!!!! And that wine with dinner ALSO looking inviting!!! You’re livin’ the good life!!! HUGS, Lu

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  4. Collette LaRocque

    Reg and Sue, How beautiful to see the picture of you all from 13 years ago!
    Thanks for the pictures and memories. Love, Collette

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