What We Did at the Grand Canyon


 

So… Ummm… I’m not entirely sure what to call this.

It’s not a campground review exactly.  It’s not an RV Park review.  We’re not showing you exercises.  Or RV tips.

And about a minute in, it gets really hard to explain.

But other than that, it’s sort of what we did recently when we took the FitRV to the Grand Canyon.

And then there was that weird, creepy, Flintstones village.  But again, you kind of just need to see it.

I don’t know what else to say.



James is a former rocket scientist, a USA Cycling certified coach, and lifelong fitness buff. When he's not driving the RV, or modifying the RV (or - that one time - doing both at once), you can find him racing bicycles, or building furniture, or making music. In his spare time, he works for a large IT company.


    4 thoughts on “What We Did at the Grand Canyon

    1. Robert

      I live in Toronto so it’s a long haul to the Grand Canyon, your video reminded me how spectacular it is. Been there once in 1989 but it was just a day visit on the way back from California. Would love to go back & camp for a few days. Looks like the spring is a good time to visit-no crowds & not hot.

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      1. James - Post author

        I’m glad that the beauty of the place came through… in spite of my detour into silliness during the video! You’re absolutely right about spring being the time to go there. It was an awesome experience. Hope you make it back there!

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    2. Anna

      Hilarious! I visited the Grand Canyon once during the off season and there was a freak snow storm. It was only a few inches but the cloud cover on the canyon was BEAUTIFUL! Now, my question is a little weird, but do you have any tips for exercises I could do either in the snow or using snow?

      And on a side note, I feel like this is an appropriate time to shout, “Poll! Poll! Poll!” You should insert a poll so your users can vote on their favorite animal to see when they are RVing! I mean, mine would obviously go to the cougar…just sayin’.

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    3. Deborah Carr

      I couldn’t stop laughing while watching the Grand Canyon video. It is hilarious, yet clever. I love the commentary and rapport between the two of you. I can’t wait for your next FitRV adventure!!!

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