It has been an amazing past four weeks and at the time of writing this we will have landed at home in only two weeks. We have seen some wonderful places though. And the next two weeks are going to be packed of more amazing and different scenery than what we have already seen.
To sum up the trip so far we started from spectacular Yosemite where we saw our first bear; Crater Lake where we had to fight off all the mosquitos; Mount Rainier where we almost froze our fingers off; Canada where the scenery was breathtaking; all the way to Yellowstone where the wildlife is abundant and the landscape is beautiful in it’s own way. I’ve posted more than 20 photos here to give you some idea of what we have been doing but that’s such a small percentage of the 2700+ that I’ve taken.
Our list of wildlife not found in Australia that we have spotted is growing and includes numerous black bears and elk, a cougar, and plenty of bison.
We’ve still got the desert regions of southern Utah – Arches, Zion & Bryce National Parks along with Monument Valley – and the Grand Canyon in northern Arizona in our itinerary. Could be another 2000 photographs yet to come!
The distance of almost 5000 miles so far has been one not to forget! I’m super keen to repeat this trip in the future some time.