While the 4th of July means going to a parade, going camping, spending the day at the lake, or just cooking out in the backyard with friends and family to most of you, my day will be spent in uniform, at the entrance station to one of the most beautiful national parks in this … [Read more...] about Happy 4th of July, Y’all!
Yes, you read that right. After three seasons and counting of me standing at this cookie counter while FabGrandpa bought his delicious cookies, for which Jacob Lake is F.A.M.O.U.S., and drooling over those cookies, and having to smell them in the truck for 45 miles home up the … [Read more...] about Announcing: Gluten Free Cookies At Jacob Lake Inn!
We decided to go to the North Rim Lodge for breakfast this morning. They have a gluten free menu since last year. I ordered the gluten free pancakes with eggs and bacon. These pancakes were soooo goood! This was the first time since April 2007 that I have been able to … [Read more...] about Breakfast Out
The last leg of our trip to the North Rim of the Grand Canyon always seems to be the most scenic. We left Flagstaff around 9:00 a.m. and arrived at our campsite at the North Rim about 2:30 p.m. We stopped once for fuel at Cameron, then for lunch at Jacob's Lake. The weather was … [Read more...] about Driving Through Marble Canyon In Arizona To The North Rim Of The Grand Canyon
This is what it looked like as we started out on our trip this morning. Foggy. Windy. Rainy. Cold. Leaving just in time. At the entrance station, it was even foggier. A really miserable day, and I have to say I was really glad I wasn't working out there. A few miles down … [Read more...] about Going To Alabama
I have been through this gorge several times, on my way to Mesquite, Nevada. The first time we went there, it was a surprize--no one told us about it. It is amazing! I-15 goes through it on the way from Las Vegas, Nevada to Salt Lake City, Utah. It goes through the very … [Read more...] about A Drive Through The Virgin River Gorge
So, I left you all at the end of the day on which I took the long ride down the Kaibab Plateau in the back of an ambulance. The nice Dr. Nelson suggested that I get checked out by a cardiologist "just to be sure" there was nothing wrong. So, I spent Monday on the phone setting up … [Read more...] about The Long Ride, Part Two
Tuesday morning we had to go to Prescott, so we got up early and left about 5:30 a.m. The sky outside was filled with storm clouds. Across the canyon, it was raining and lightening. Out in the meadows 12 miles away, we saw a herd of buffalo standing in the road.They took … [Read more...] about Just Some Nice Pictures