A few weeks ago, my sister and I embarked on a journey.
We drove from Baton Rouge to Denver. In two days. (No, we aren’t crazy. Yes, our GPS tricked us. No, we wanted to actually make the trip in three days but were hoodwinked onto a back road and could not find anywhere to stay until we actually arrived in Denver.)
So during our adventures, we sang along to the radio. We listened to my iPod. We chatted. We sometimes sat in silence. And we took lots and lots of photos, much to Leigh’s chagrin.
Here are a few images from the road:
Before we crossed over into Oklahoma… The landscape was beautiful, even if we got sick of this pretty quickly. Lucky for us, the landscape changed a lot throughout our journey, and I have an entire collection of images I am going to call “From the Passenger Seat” because, well, they were all snapped while we were zooming through the country side from the passenger seat. Because, you know, I didn’t drive until we were actually in Denver and its ‘burbs.
I’m curious: Have y’all ever taken a cross-country road trip? How long did it take? What did you do to occupy your time?
… Would you do it again? I think I would, but not for a long time!
Happy Sunday, y’all!