It’s been a while since I last posted any “road trip” photos so I thought I’d throw one out today just for fun! Still have another 3 or 4 to share with you, I’ll try to get another one ready later this week. These images were taken when I left my residency in Breckenridge, Colorado on a Monday morning and drove into Wyoming. I purposely plotted most of my travel on back roads and had some extra help with my route for this portion of the trip by a local sculptor who lived near Steamboat Springs. After leaving Steamboat I traveled close to 40 miles on gravel roads through the countryside before emerging onto a minor highway and making my way into Wyoming. It was an awesome trip! I think I only passed 5 or 6 vehicles the entire drive and the scenery was lovely. There were some scattered storms that blew through and by the end of the evening the skies were menacingly beautiful.
I spent the night in the historic Wolf Hotel in Saratoga, Wyoming and had a delicious dinner in their dining room that evening before calling it a night. The next set of photos will be from my travels the following day – across Medicine Bow National Forrest. Stay tuned!