The Grand Ditch

We decided to take a short trip to the Grand Canyon so the kids could see it and then I needed to get some work done, so we didn't cover a lot of miles today, therefore no additional damage to the RV, although Becky and I joked about hitting an Elk cause we are in Elk country... it would be just like this trip for us to experience something like that.

 

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Yeah this is the USB charging cord that is holding our awning up. You can read that story here: http://homealongtheway.com/does-extreme-weather-produce-extreme-rving/

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And the other end is held up by my belt. Still holding strong 400 miles later.

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The parking lot at Grand Canyon National Park. I guess we fit right in here.

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The boys were really excited to see it and ran ahead

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Yup, theres a river down there. Can you spot it? Hint: you can click on this photo to make it bigger :)

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Thys grew a bit ;) Crazy how high we are, I never thought about the elevation at the rim, its 7,000 ft up there.

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We call it the Grand Ditch or Big Ditch as a family joke, its huge, its impressive, but its really a big ditch.

 

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The Irony of a Raven perched on a Raven sign.

 

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And yes, we did see Elk, all females. But we were allowed to stop so this is the best we could do in motion.

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The fam at the Grand Ditch

Paul Kortman

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1 Comment

  1. Uncle Lee

    Maybe someday you can return to the Grand Canyon and walk to the bottom it’s impressive

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