Ann-Christine’s challenge this week tells of memorable events from her travels through the Sahara desert in Morocco, illustrated with stunning photos. I encourage you to visit HER POST and see for yourself. My most memorable travels in the last decade have been domestic roads trips to National Parks. On one trip, I visited 11 federally protected sites – parks, monuments, and forests. They are chronicled in the page listed below my banner heading called “An American Adventure”. Here are a few of my favorite shots from that journey.
“Roads were made for journeys, not destinations.” – Confucius
“Once a year, go somewhere you have never been before.” – Dalai Lama
The National Park system is one of the best things our country has ever done. I’ve visited many and never once been disappointed. Loved your choices for this week Priscilla – Dinosaur National is definitely on my list!
Don’t miss it, Tina – fascinating and mind-boggling!
Thank you for taking me back to where I was before! Lovely pictures.
Gorgeous memories, Priscilla! When I was a child I used to dream of flying to all national parks in the US, because they are magnificent and all I would need to see of the country. I dreamed they would drop me off in every one of them, and then pick me up again…Now I have you instead! Thank you!
🙂 I would love to be your guide on any National Park visit you undertake, Ann-Christine!
♥ Thank you, Priscilla – I am sure I could not have a better guide than you!
Beautiful photos, Priscilla and a wonderful idea for a road trip! I have barely begun to see the national parks and can’t wait to see more. Thanks for adding new places to my list!
Definitely a great idea! 🙂
Wowwww. Some of my favorite places. Decades ago I would hike in Canyonlands, staying at the Squaw Flats campground. Beautiful place.
Canyonlands is amazingly vast. I need to go back to explore more! 🙂
I love your different angles (down views and across shots) to show the stunning beauty of Dinosaur National
Thanks! It’s hard to capture the enormous “log jam” of dinosaur bones in the rock, housed by the steel and glass structure built around it. Blows your mind!