Raven was scoping out our path onward yet downward, wondering if we were up to the task. He seemed rightfully arrogant, knowing he could spread his wings and swoop down that switchback in a matter of seconds. It was his canyon and we were visitors, thankful for the chance to trek through his beautiful home.
Condor showed us how to move forward with grace and ease while we stood transfixed and speechless on Plateau Point. We then stumbled awkwardly back to Indian Gardens, feeling the pull of gravity with every step. As we rested our weary feet, Condor continued his flight to parts of the canyon unknown.
What exciting pictures! We are driving there this summer.
All the best,
Thank you. Be careful in the summer but you probably already know the lower you go the hotter it gets. I usually visit the GC in December.
Yes, thank you for the advice. That’s the only part I’m worried about.
Checked out your blog. Your photos are awesome! Great catches all over the place. Looking forward to seeing your posts.
Why thanks! Likewise 🙂 See you in the posts.