Ceiba Retreat 2011!!!!!!

The Ceiba Retreat 2011 was a success! Whoop! Whoop! Bumble Bee Ranch……is the place to be. Thanks to all that came and played. Can’t wait until next year. Not sure if we can top this one? We will have to make sure we have a round table…….

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Grand Canyon Lottery!

Whoop! Whoop! Happy February. Guess what that means????? Time to apply for your 2012 Grand Canyon river trip permit. The lottery is open until February 20th so don’t miss your opportunity to win the best lottery in town! http://www.nps.gov/grca/planyourvisit/weightedlottery.htm Ceiba would like to wish you good luck in the lottery....

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Grand Canyon Pack Rafting!!!!!

Hey Everyone!!!!! Here are two videos of a recent 4 person pack raft trip beginning at Shinumo mile 29 and taking out at Slate Creek eddy, mile 98. Whoop! Whoop! http://www.youtube.com/user/gqganey#p/a/u/1/RbpiRTsTl0o http://www.youtube.com/user/gqganey#p/a/u/0/8Bp9aqO5zsg

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Happy New Year!

Happy New Year from all of us at Ceiba. We are excited for the new year! If by chance you haven’t received the new 2011 Ceiba catalog drop us a note and we will get one out to you. If in 2011, it will be your first experience with Ceiba,...

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Fire Blankets in Grand Canyon

It looks like Grand Canyon National Park is going to mandate the use of fire blankets underneath fire pans in 2011. Check out the photo below that displays Ceiba’s fire pan/blanket set up. Ceiba also supplies fire blankets with our exclusive wood stove!

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Hi Friends, We just wanted to mention a few Grand Canyon organizations that Ceiba strongly supports and encourage you to learn more. Grand Canyon Private Boaters Association can be found  @ www.gcpba.org, Grand Canyon River Guides @ www.gcrg.org and Grand Canyon Youth @ gcyouth.org. Joining/Volunteering with any of these groups...

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Happy Monsoon Season!

Yes, it is upon us & around the northeast part of Flagstaff we are having extreme flash flood alerts. This is due to the Schultz Fire and the erosion that is happening because of the lost trees & vegetation, and also because of the large amounts of ash that have...

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Grand Canyon Update

Hey Ya’ll, here’s a Grand Canyon update: Diamond Creek and Pearce Ferry Road are both in great condition. The ramp and the 14 day lot up at Lee’s Ferry have both finally been resurfaced and are open for business. If you haven’t heard, the September and October flows in the...

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