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I need to download some software to combine the 120 odd images I took at this location to make the star trail image, which I haven't done yet. The 'funny' story behind this group of shots is that Carol and I were out in the middle of no where, in the dark. We were out on a board walk that led out to a small lake in a meadow. All around us were hills / mountains. ...
... Wenatchee, and Coeur L'Alene). We had a few moments along the way but a stop at McDonalds helped and everyone actually did really well. Who would have known? Everyone was excited to stay at another Jellystone and we still had lots of time to swim, ride bikes, and play basketball. There was even an ice cream social that night after dinner!
The next day we drove to the KOA in West ...
... here. On top
of that, maybe I can inspire some of you readers to get up off the
couch and plan a trip to that one country that you've always wanted
to visit. Travel is one of the most rewarding things that you can do
in life, so get up and go.
sign off on this blog, I will share with you the mantra that I will
attempt to carry with me for this journey: "Wherever you go,
that's where you're at" Meaning that you just have to roll ...
The compass was set north-west. A charted course deeper into the mystic Rockies and with it more secrets to uncover. The road left West Yellowstone and too faced north. For all mind it could have been paved with golden bricks leading to an emerald city higher in the mountains. Our final destination on this day was certainly a green place with rivers bound by mountains and people green in mind. And so we left Yellowstone Park behind and and set off for Missoula, our emerald ...