I suppose this isn't a very Wordless post, but here are the promised vacation photos! The Huz and I drove from Indiana to Montana and we had so much fun! Here's a few photos from our road trip.
The first place we stopped was St. Paul, Minnesota. Above is the St. Paul Cathedral (incredible!), me at F. Scott Fitzgerald's birthplace and the Fitzgerald Theatre where A Prairie Home Companion is filmed. We also stopped by Fort Snelling, attended a tour/tasting at a local micro brewery, went to Garrison Keillor's bookstore (and a few others) and ate our way through some great local restaurants!
ABOVE: The Huz looking our over the Mississippi River while hiking in the Effigy Mounds in Iowa, the Huz and I at Theodore Roosevelt National Park and me enjoying the gorgeous view of the Painted Canyons in Medora, ND.
The first photo above is from the Many Galcier area in Montana. On the way out to Montana we couldn't resist staying the night in Fargo, ND. We were surprised (and thrilled) to discover that in the last year the town has gotten its hands on the actual wood chipper from the movie Fargo and they let you pop on a hunter's cap and take your picture with it. I couldn't resist. The last photo is of a replica Norwegian church near Fargo.
Anyway, we had so much fun. Even driving the endless miles through states like North Dakota were a wonderful reminder of just how beautiful and diverse the USA really is. I never get tired of seeing new places throughout the world, but there's something wonderful about discovering new and beautiful spots in your homeland.
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Photo by me or the Huz.