This summer, I took an incredible, four-week road trip across the western United States and Canada. It was an experience that will last a lifetime, particularly because I took nearly 6,000 pictures! Luckily, I’m pretty good at narrowing down the pictures I took, so I have only a few to share with you!
Then, I went to beautiful Arches National Park, in Moab, UT. Hiking up to Delicate Arch for sunset was pretty high up on my bucket list, and it was a blast getting to check it off.
Next up was Teton National Park, then Yellowstone National Park in Wyoming. The majestic mountains and Ol’ Faithful are always great subjects for a photoshoot
Then, it was Glacier National Park, MT, where the lodge was right on the water. That was an incredible place to stay!
Next, it was off into Canada! I went to Lake Louise, Banff, Jasper, and all up and down the Icefields Parkway. That drive is my favorite out of all 6000 miles I drove on this trip (yep, one for every picture!)
Finally, it was off to Spokane, to see an old friend, then on to Portland for a family reunion! 6000 miles later, finally I was home! It was a blast!