Dropping down out of South Central Wyoming lead us into the seamingly boundless high country of Northern Colorado. Family hospitality, natural hot springs and a backpacking trip to the alpine with Captain McIntosh were a welcome reprieve from the long stretches of asphalt that had brought us West. This post is about summertime Colorado lifestyle.
Big skies, big storms, natural gas drilling wastelands and wind-farms. This is Wyoming.
After a bit of a break, I’ve decided to get on with getting all of these images from our move up and out. This collection is from deep in the heart of the U.S.: Nebraska.
Part 4 in a series chronicling our move out West. Crossing the Mississippi River for the last time on our trip, we headed west out of Wisconsin and into the belly of the American breadbasket.
Part 3 in a series about our move out West. Blissful Wisconsin summertime is the theme.
Part 2 in a series chronicling our western move. From Missouri we headed north into the grand flats of Illinois. Some Chicagoans may insist that Chicago is in fact its own state and these images probably do little in term of debunking that ideal. However, most of our quality time in Illinois was spent in their great city – hence the concentration.
In the first days of August, 2011, our little family packed up all of our worldly things and set out to move to the west coast of the U.S. This post is Part 1 of a series illustrating our move and adventures throughout a month on the road, state by state. Heading directly north and leaving Arkansas to deal with it’s 46+ celsius temperatures, our adventures started in Missouri.