Yesterday I drove across Utah. To say that the scenery was breathtaking would be an understatement. Until yesterday, I can’t remember the last time I used the word “majestic” to describe anything. Yesterday the word was running through my head like a mantra.
As soon as I push the “publish” button, I’m pulling out of Green River, Utah. I’ll see you tomorrow morning with photographs of today’s adventure.
“Whatever you are not changing, you are choosing.”
— Laurie Buchanan
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Oh look Ansel Adams has reincarnated!!! Beautiful, majestic is correct!!! What awesome fun you are having…
Following you on your trip, be safe, be healthy, I am your GUARDIAN ANGEL!!
Love, Mona XXXXXOOOOO
Laurie, what magnificent country, and photos!! My heart always soars in places like this. That sky!!!
Laurie, our Aussie friends have a word for this: gob-stopping! Isn’t it amazing! I so miss the West….
Fantastic shots Laurie! Majestic is the perfect word. I can feel your deep breath of satisfaction all the way over here on the Pacific Ocean. Looking forward to the next installment.
You’ve captured well the Big Sky feel that the west imparts Laurie. Can’t wait to see where the road takes you (us:) after Utah. . . .
I love them, especially the last two……
Awesome and inspiring – thank you for sharing you trip
So beautiful !
I want to go to wild places, see wild plants and grasses, wild skies and breathe wild air! Yee-Haw!!
Hi, Laurie — I echo everyone’s sentiments. The pictures (and your adventure) remind me of why the Mormons chose to settle in Utah. It is truly God’s country.
I just now back tracked to see this earlier post, and these utterly specious and intimidating photos. A city person of course will always marvel that there’s such a world out there, and can be negotiated with a full tank, some stamin and an adventurous spirit.
Laurie, you have all three and then some.
Definitely breathtaking and majestic scenes! There is so much of this country I have yet to see – your pictures are stirring up a bit of dormant wanderlust in me!
I can relate. I visited years ago and took so many photos. A magical place. Enjoy the journey!
MG Wells — Thank you, will do 🙂