Last updated, July, 2013
These are the videos I edited and (mostly) posted on Facebook. I like some better than others, but I thought I'd include them here anyway. See below for the original high definition images.
01 INTRODUCTORY SHORT 20613KB
DAY 01 30102KB
DAY 02 76150KB
DAY 03 23189KB
DAY 04 25309KB
DAY 05 32405KB
DAY 06 62318KB
DAY 06 FB 63222KB
DAY 07 57150KB
DAY 08 51414KB
DAY 09 (EDIT) 48822KB
DAY 10 33070KB
DAY 11 50622KB
DAY 12 11093KB
DAY 13 - PART 1 - THE RIVER 65086KB
DAY 13 - PART 2 - THE THUNDERSTORM 38446KB
DAY 14 85958KB
DAY 14 (AMAZING GRACE) 85974KB
DAY 14 (THOUSAND MILES FROM NOWHERE) 85958KB
This was one of our first rapids...very exciting.
You can see Paul and Jeremy struggling to get on top of
the boat, Jim holding on for dear life on the left, Jeff
swimming toward the Dory from the left and James swimming to shore on the
far right. Clearly, James opted for "Plan C"
Lots of lizards; this guy was especially cooperative.
There is a Great Blue Heron flying from the center left to the right, barely visible.
I also like this for the great view of the cliffs.
One of the amazing things about floating the river is you are very close to the cliffs; but you
realize soon enough the cliffs you see by the river are only a small part of the Grand Canyon.
The cliffs go on and on, up and up beyond the river, almost, it seems, to infinity.
This video is shot in North Canyon; an hellacious hike, but worth it.
These are the rocks right above the pool, reflecting the light.
North Canyon Panorama
Panoramic view at the North Canyon pool.
This is one of my favorite videos of all; just a lovely calm river
and high cliffs on both sides. Wish I were there now.
Another Lovely view
This might be the same area; good view of 3 Dories.
A nice view of one of our camps; I don't remember what day this was,
but it was relatively early in the trip. Shows the kitchen area,
dining area, and provides a general view of what camp was like each night.
This was an amazing place. This video is a panorama from about the center
of the cavern looking out onto the river. You can see
a silhouetted Becky in the first frames looking for something in her pockets.
The cliffs were magnificent...I loved just floating down the river
looking up...up...and up.
This is a good lesson in paying attention to the orientation of one's camera
when shooting video. It's also a very cool place
(just rotate your screen, if you can!)
Very jumpy video, but I was in a small boat on a river afterall...!
This shows the "Muav Team" climbing back on
ship after their 2nd flip.
Amy suffered a nasty bump on her head and
spent the rest of the trip sporting a nice black and blue "shiner" on her left eye.