I know I mentioned in my last post, that I love this part of the country, which is 100% true, I do love it here. At the same time, I am ready to move. I don’t want to move super far away, but I am wanting to move somewhere that would open up more adventure opportunities that are in the Rocky Mountain region, yet also near an international airport.
Living where I am, we have old company owned lumber mill towns that have been Demolished, and are not open to be explored.
I am wanting to go and explore the old gold and silver towns, and towns of the Old West / Wild West history. I am always looking for new content to write about and post pictures of for you all.
While I love this part of the country, I can only go back to the same places so many times before it is redundant, and boring for all of you, as well as for me.
I will keep you all updated when things and the details fall into place and a move takes place.
It has been an amazingly perfect fall day, so I had to get out and go on an adventure. I didn’t venture super far from “home”, but it was still an adventure.
I know I went to the Pioneer Church at the Baker Cabin back in August. I decided to again now that the weather has changed. I wanted to see the difference a season could make and then share it with all of you who read my blog.
After I had gone to the pioneer church, I had gone up to the cemetery to see my grandparents. All four of my grandparents are in the same cemetery which makes going to see where they are buried easy.
I love fall, the cooler temperatures, the overcast gray skies, the awesome clothes, and the way the air smells. It is like an old handmade blanket that is comforting and familiar.
There are several places I have been wanting to travel to for years, and have yet to actually visit.
1. Inverness & Fort William, Scotland
2. Glasgow, Scotland
3. Edinburgh, Scotland
4. London, England
5, Ketchikan, Alaska (USA)
6. The Australian Outback (via Sydney or Darwin)
7. Jerome, Arizona
8. Bannack, Montana
9. Salzburg, Austria
10. Go on a Safari either in the Maasai Mara (Kenya) or Kruger National Park (South Africa)