Okay, these would be from several different days, but you get my drift.
Have I mentioned yet that I live in paradise and I love my job(s)? Capitol Reef is a really sweet place to call home. See below for verification. ;)
Working. Really. (Apparently with a tree growing out of my head, but anyway.) The incredible background of my home behind me, Doc standing very nicely.
Pippin hard at work on one of our pack trips. Ha! (Yes, he had his own sleeping bag.)
Relaxing with a guest after a long day on the trail in front of CRBO's kitchen tent. Aaahhhh...
Spooky slot canyon in GSENM. I led people through here on a hike.
Taking some kids riding past Blind Lake up on the Bouldertop.
The boss (Cody) talking about fly fishing on the Fremont River (ok, not a day in my life, but still a cool picture. I'd like to do more fly fishing).
Pack trip in the desert. Those are the Henry Mountains in the background. (It was kind of hazy because of huge fires near St. George.)
Fall foliage on the Boulder in September. So gorgeous! So chilly!
Scary part of the job: feeding 900-pound hay bales with the tractor! Without running into the fence, ha. And yes, that's actually me driving the crazy huge thing. First woman ever taught how to do so in BCO's history. Hee hee!
Convinced that my job & life here has some perks? :)
Each year that I live here (since 1999) brings me new adventures, discoveries, and understandings. What an amazing place this is, especially since it's taught me so much. There's a sort of magic in the desert and mountains here...if only I keep opening my eyes and heart enough to let it in.