Crossing the Snowy Range Scenic Byway

We added the Snowy Range Scenic Byway to our itinerary to help break up the long drive from Michigan to California. Wyoming has quickly become one of our favorite states to visit, even if we are just passing through. There are many opportunities to explore and beauty can be found everywhere. The Snowy Range Scenic Byway... Continue Reading →

Rafting the Snake River

Adventure is right around the corner. Never has this statement been truer than when one decides to pick up a paddle and hit the river. We were spending a week exploring the Grand Teton National Park in Wyoming and what better way to explore the mountains than through the waterways. Because we had no previous... Continue Reading →

Exploring Yellowstone: The Grand Canyon

The Grand Canyon of Yellowstone is stunning. The raging, crystal blue Yellowstone river carves it's way through the yellow and red canyon. And then, of course, there is the massive waterfall located at one end of the canyon. Roughly 20 miles long and ranging between 900 and 1,200 feet in depth, this massive geologic feature... Continue Reading →

It Means Something: The Devils Tower

The Devils Tower National Monument is a mystical landmark. Located in Crook County, Wyoming, the tower has been a sacred place for Native American tribes for centuries and is still used today. The tower rises above it's surroundings to 5,114 feet. It's rough, cracked vertical surface has captivated all who have seen it. The legend... Continue Reading →

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