Father and son Tommy ’91 and Alex ’14 Ryan made the trip to the Havasupai campground in the Grand Canyon. “The Havasupai is the most remote American-Indian reservation in the U.S., a beautiful campground in the midst of running streams and spectacular waterfalls. It was a memorable trip that we had to document with a Tiger Rag.”
Penny Lawrimore Phillips ’92 celebrated her 50th Birthday with a helicopter ride over the Grand Canyon, horseback riding in Sedona, and visiting Scottsdale and Flagstaff. She carried her Tiger Rag all over Arizona.
John Cline ’69 and his wife Janice Turner Cline visiting the Grand Canyon in celebration of their 50th wedding anniversary, watching their Tigers play in (and win) the National Championship on the same trip.
On the way to the National Championship, Bill ’81 and Diane Boyle Carnes ’81 took the time to enjoy the Grand Canyon, with lots of other orange-clad fans.
After such an incredible football season, we knew we had to make the journey out to Phoenix to see our Tigers play for the National Championship. We couldn’t pass up the drive to the awe-inspiring Grand Canyon during our time there. The view speaks for itself and singing the Cadence Count with surrounding Clemson fans while overlooking the Canyon is a memory we are all sure to never forget.
Pictured from left to right: Austin Luttrell (current senior), Ellie Patterson (Class of 2014), Emsley Lewis (Class of 2014), Jacob Cook (current senior) and Dylan Caulder (Class of 2014).
The Metzgers traveled to Phoenix, Arizona to cheer on our Clemson Tigers at the National Championship! On the way we had to stop by the Grand Canyon — after all National title…National Monument, it just goes together. Along with many others, we donned our Clemson Orange to witness one of the great world wonders, and although the game didn’t have the outcome we hoped for the Clemson Spirit was strong!
Pictured from left to right: Mike Metzger ’80, Carlie Metzger Allman ’12, Jordan Metzger (current sophomore) and Janice Metzger.
Three-day backpacking trip on North Kaibab Trail to Phantom Ranch at bottom of Grand Canyon.