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Kids Talk Radio Grand Canyon News Team
It all starts at the top of the Grand Canyon.
Welcome to the Grand Canyon.
Walking to the bottom of the Grand Canyon.
Keep walking down for six hours.
This is not as easy as it looks.
Just keep taking baby steps. Going down is harder than going up.
Our team photographer getting some rest.
This guy will do anything to get a good news story. This time he went too far.
Just keep taking baby steps for six hours.
I will never forget this sign. Just keep walking. Take baby steps.
Is going down harder than going up?
I love this bridge. I am walking on flat land again.
Kids Talk Radio STEM News Projects Rivers and Streams
Flat land, I love it. No more climbing.
I am at the bottom of the Grand Canyon.
Kids Talk Radio will go anywhere to get the news.
Jane Barboza is studying the geology of the Grand Canyon.
Who has the right of way on this bridge?
Don't let this water fool you, it is freezing cold.
Take a look at the Colorado River at its best.
Kids Talk Radio will travel to the end of the earth to get a story.
Have you ever seen this sign?
We will go anywhere to get the news.
When you see this sign you have made it to your final destination.
Keep walking you are going to make it.
Just follow the signs. Keep walking.
Kids Talk Radio at the Grand Canyon
Phantom Ranch, Grand Canyon
The Kids Talk Radio Grand Canyon Journalism Project
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