Snow….can you believe it??? When we pulled out of Sedona, we knew that we would be getting into some light rain, but snow wasn’t mentioned. About 10 miles south of Flagstaff, we got into our first snow since we left the Netherlands in February ’05. This weather pattern followed us all the way to our campground at the Grand Canyon. Thank God it was only a “frosting” of snow. After checking in, setting up the coach with electricity and water, we jumped into the Toad and headed off to see the Grand Canyon in the snow. We didn’t have any real itinerary set, but we thought we would take this opportunity to look over the canyon and watch the snow cover the trees, brush, and peaks. We were also treated to some dramatic wind and cloud patterns. Some of the clouds were just sitting right on top of the tallest peaks and others were flying out of the bottom of the canyon, sliding up beside the panicles like they were shot out of a gun. Trying to photograph the clouds turned out to be a tough job and I flunked. To sit there at the edge of the Grand Canyon watching this show was like watching a Broadway show put on by the best of producers, “Mother Nature”.