Tailored Tuesday & Travel
1. Zimmerman 'Posy floral-print cotton voile playsuit' for some reason, all of a sudden rompers seem to love me, and i love this one back! ...
Colorado River - Western River Blog
This shows the other raft just dropping into Lava Falls rapids. The Grand Canyon truly is "Grand"! SteveGrand Canyon 6 & 7 Day Trip
Havasu Creek, Whitewater rafting trip (oar trip) on the Colorado River in Grand Canyon, Grand Canyon National Park, Arizona USA | Blaine Harrington III
Havasu Creek, Whitewater rafting trip (oar trip) on the Colorado River in Grand Canyon, Grand Canyon National Park, Arizona USA
Sunset from Mather Point at the Grand Canyon. | Adam Schallau Photography
Sunset from Mather Point on the South Rim of Grand Canyon National Park.
Grand Canyon National Park: Bright Angel Trial Mule Trip 0550
Guided mule parties descending Jacob's Ladder on Bright Angel. Jacob's Ladder is a steep series of switchbacks through the redwall limestone, located just below Three-Mile Resthouse. NPS photo by Michael Quinn. Mule trips into the canyon - as well as rides through the park's woodlands to scenic canyon overlooks - are offered on both the the North and South Rims of the park. Learn more here: www.nps.gov/grca/planyourvisit/mule_trips.htm
Marble Cliffs by Inge Johnsson
The Colorado River meandering through the Marble Canyon section of Grand Canyon National Park..... Captured with a Canon 5D and a Canon EF 80-200/2.8L ..... The Grand Canyon is a steep-sided canyon carved by the Colorado River in the United States in the state of Arizona. It is contained within and managed by Grand Canyon National Park, the Hualapai Tribal Nation, and the Havasupai Tribe. President Theodore Roosevelt was a major proponent of preservation of the Grand Canyon area, and visited…
Grand Canyon National Park
Most Arizonans have never seen the Grand Canyon. But they should. They really, really should. Sure, it's a huge hole in the ground. But it's our amazing, natural, wonder of the world that is the Grand Canyon. Just beware if you go in winter; when it snows, the clouds settle into the canyon.
El Tovar Hotel - Grand Canyon Village
This is the El Tovar Resort Hotel in the Grand Canyon Village. I arrived at the South Rim the night before my hike down to meet the rafts and spent some time walking around. At this time of year, it is next to impossible to take a photo without tourists in the way. Here's a view from the front in the winter when no tourists are around. www.flickr.com/photos/7202153@N03/433252796/ www.nps.gov/history/history/online_books/harrison/harriso... El Tovar opened its doors in January, 1905, as the…