After the hectic pace of the last few months — all the college craziness and graduation readiness and party planning and trip preparation — a road trip was the perfect thing. Since Montana was our 1600-mile-away destination, we had plenty of time to unwind in the car, turn off all thoughts and worries, and just watch the landscape go by. …
There was the desert of Arizona:
The deserty cliffs of southern Utah:
The meadows and mountain ranges of northern Utah, which got more and more snow-tipped the higher north we went:
The farmland of Idaho:
The greens and blues of Idaho:
The snow-topped mountains of Montana:
And the peaceful pine trees of mid-Montana:
The drive is truly one of the best parts. …
I am thoroughly enjoying your road trip. Beautiful pics.
INSANELY JEALOUS. Montana, oh Montana!
Thanks, Dare and Crystal! I have more pictures to share, but I took SO MANY it was overwhelming. I had to go through them, pick a few faves, etc., so I think I’m ready with some useable files. … It was really pretty there and too easy to take pictures!
Crystal, weren’t you thinking of possibly moving to Montana? If so, I recommend it! 😉