The last year and a half has been a wonderment of amazement, beauty, and new places for the three of us. Our journey took us through the desert of Arizona, the glorious Rocky Mountains, Canada’s glacier clad mountains and alpine lakes, the Pacific Northwest’s magnificent giants, and the stunning Pacific coastline. So now, after having explored ten western states and two Canadian Provinces, we bid adieu to the west and make our journey back east.
One of our highlights was the three months we spent work camping for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers at Dent Acres Campground on the Dworshak Reservoir. The people were a joy, the work fun, the scenery gorgeous, and the fishing great. What more could you want in a job? “Living” and “working” at Dent instilled assured affection inside our hearts for Idaho and we hope to return someday.
The last few stops on our west coast journey were filled with reunions with old friends and wandering through areas we have always wanted to see and new ones we just happened upon. The western United States is tremendously diverse and instills a sense of wanderlust with all of its natural beauty. So long west coast . . . until next time when we explore more of you.
We will now make our way across the midwest to visit with family and friends before turning the compass south and heading to the gorgeous sugar white sandy beaches of the Florida panhandle for the winter. So if you find yourselves in the Florida Panhandle, please drop by and say "hello."