Farewell, Grand Tetons, until next spring!
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Al and I are thrilled that you have found your way to our blog. We hope you enjoy reading our journal and viewing our photographs of the natural wonder of our United States of America. Let's hit the road together!
Sunday, October 5, 2014
On The Move
Just a short post to note that we are on the move across the country. We had a snow delay the morning we were scheduled to leave the ranch, but finally got rolling just after lunch...time for the snow to clear off of Togwatee Pass. We made it as far as Rawlins, WY that day, and the next day continued on to Golden, CO, just outside of Denver. We met our friends Joe and Sandi Wingert, co-workers from Chalk Creek in 2012, and have a great Italian dinner (in short supply around Jackson LOL) and a nice geocache hike the next morning. Then it was a short 2 1/2 hour drive down to Chalk Creek RV Park, where we spent a fun evening at one of our favorite restaurants, Eddylines, with our former employers, Lars and Tamara Karlsson and the girls, Karina and Jenna. The next morning we found ourselves at the Rooster Crow in Buena Vista, having a long breakfast/brunch with Jack and Joyce Aughtman, who also worked with us at Chalk Creek. We spent the afternoon driving up to St. Elmo's, doing some geocaching and admiring the golden aspens. We had our farewells at Chalk Creek with a pizza party and this morning were on our way across the midsection of the country, headed for Campbellsville Kentucky and our next stint at Amazon. No pictures, but we will be stopping for a couple of days at Lake of the Ozarks in Missouri, and hopefully the weather co-operates for a bit of exploring as we wait to get into Green River Lake State Park.
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Boy that is one nice thing about working various places on the road. You meet a lot of people and make great friends. Safe travels.ReplyDelete
So, you're going back next summer? Can't say I blame you!ReplyDelete
Safe Travels and Happy Trails...ReplyDelete
Safe travels, nice header pic. Looks like a great place to return to. Planning on Lake of the Ozarks when we travel north in the spring.ReplyDelete
Safe travels! We have never done any geocaching, perhaps you can show us the ropes in KY!ReplyDelete
Can't wait to see you at Amazon (hopefully!) Our shifts are going to be different, as the campgrounds. I start the 28th. Absolutely gorgeous header pic!ReplyDelete