The Road to Minneapolis: WyomingFrom Utah, we passed by Wyoming to see Grand Tetons and Yellowstone National Park. We camped in a cabin at Flagstaff Ranch which issituated near the South Entrance of Yellowstone National Park. The geysers at Yellowstone were amazing. Old Faithful was true to it nature, spewing steam and evoking wonderI was impressed by the wildlife roaming freely in the area especially early in the morning.
The Road to Minneapolis: South Dakota
Day 4 of roadtrip going to South Dakota from Wyoming via Highway 14 (Bighorn Scenic Byway) The highway was tortuous but was worth it. We saw a herd of sheep grazing on the hillsides. We went to see Mt. Rushmore where Isabella gushed and taught me a few parts about the four famous presidents.
The Road to Minneapolis: Minnesota
The land of 10,000 lakes. My firstborn’s birthplace. It was sweet seeing old friends, old and familiar faces and places.
The Road to Minneapolis: Kansas and Missouri
From Minnesota to Kansas via I-70W. It took us 7 hours to reach Kans where we spent a great time enjoying home-cooked
meals with relatives. We also visited neighboring state Missouri to check Missouri 1855; a ‘village’ which reflects a typical
The Road to Minneapolis: Colorado
From Kansas to Colorado via 70W. We stayed in Fort Collins with friends and visited the Swetsville Zoo, Budweiser Brewery,
Rocky Mountain National Park , the Stanley Hotel (No Ghost hunting here) and the Dinosaur Museum in Fruita, Colorado.
On our back to California we went southwest of Utah to visit Moab. Utah is such an amazing place. It is definitely one of
those ‘worth returning to places’. There are so many things to do- hike, kayah, bike etc. We celebrated Jacob’s birthday
on a 4×4 Jeep guided tour at Hell’s Revenge where it rained and we were granted an awesome view of a rainbow on
The Road To Minneapolis: HOME
It was one great adventure, but as Dorothy would say it;
There’s no place like Home.