Hello my wanderers! It’s that time again. A chance to reflect on the wandering week that was via the magical wonders of photography.
For #RunningTo Week 4, I ventured to Big Sky Country in Montana, including a good old Montanan hike and a day trip to Yellowstone National Park. Ugh, this world is beautiful. Then, I ventured to ANOTHER COUNTRY by crossing into Canadian Saskatchewan.
Take a gander!
Embracing my Philadelphian “Rocky” roots in Billings.
I saw a tiger in Montana! He was in a zoo. But still. A TIGER.
Oh mighty big horned sheep, what is thine will??
Because given the opportunity to ride a plastic turtle, you would too.
Not a bad vantage point for a state crossing.
The first day of summer saw me atop the mountains of Wyoming with snow banks five times my height. Incredible. #RunningTo
Me and my friend Drew about to enter into Yellowstone!
Yellowstone: where the bison literally RUN WILD. If these things ever get half a brain, all those tourists are done for.
Checking out the geyser more faithful than a brother.
Border crossing in the middle of a literal field that stretches in both directions for hours.
No idea. Literally NO IDEA.
Rainbow during dinner on a Saskatchewan farm. That’s what it’s all about right there.
What’s your favorite zoo animal? What about your favorite word that rhymes with Saskatchewan?