(But first, WordPress reminded today that it was my two-year anniversary of blogging with them. So, a BIG thank-you to them, and to YOU all.)
My wife Mukti and I just came back from a trip to Grand Canyon and Las Vegas. Las Vegas was forgettable, even though we went there for a special labor conference and that was great.
But Grand Canyon was simply incredible. It was a breathtaking experience.
Millions of people have visited the gorgeous gorge, the canyon over river Colorado, and its many deep trails and steep cliffs and rough terrains and coniferous landscape and Angel’s Window and Vishnu Temple. Millions have wrote about them and posted photos. Ours won’t be a big difference.
Still, I can’t resist temptations to show you some of the photos we took from the places we visited. I want to share these memorable moments with you. I hope you read the short descriptions I’m posting along with the photos.
I’m sure you’ll find a little bit of difference in my way to describe this memorable trip.
Especially, I want to show you how workers toil away in the 110-plus heat day after day, to keep the tourism machine running. No essay can be complete without including them in it.
Let me know what you think.
We drove 900 miles — from Nevada to Utah to Arizona to Utah and then back to Nevada. Then we took a long flight back across the U.S.