There it is (see picture) – all of the stuff we had to get cleaned up and put away after our Summer 2010 Roadtrip. Looking at the piles we felt overwhelmed at times. Probably because – after that much camping – we were over it, big time. It seemed overwhelming. Read more
We regularly fall into the classic trap of forgetting about all of the great things we “swear we’ll remember and write about” when we get home. When we’re on the road – and even at our homebase – it seems like we can gravitate towards moving at break-neck speed, forgetting to jot things down along the way. In our defense, though, I guess we don’t like to get distracted from the experience at hand (oh… I like looking at it that way).
We don’t get into “bests” very much. Everything is its own journey and cool in its own way.
BUT… Glacier National Park holds a special place in our hears so we happily throw around superlatives whenever we talk about it. We just wrapped up another great visit to Glacier/Waterton. Each time we are there, we try to delve into a new set of experiences while – at the same time – revisiting some of our favorites. It’s getting tough to squeeze it all in. Read more
The road trip has started.
After a long haul from Seattle down to Portland, across Oregon/Idaho and into Wyoming, we made it to the Tetons. It’s incredible here. The Tetons shoot out of the ground like nothing we have seen before. Because of the way they were formed (earthquakes), there are no foothills. It makes their height and jagged edges even more spectacular. Read more
We’re ready to roll.
When we drew Wyoming for this quarter’s advocation, we decided to roll our visit into an existing plan. Being out in the world much of the time, we’re car-free at our home base in Seattle. We just picked up our rental car, packed it tightly (we’re even bringing our kayak) and are ready to hit the road. Read more