It’s crazy to think it’s been two months since we left on our summer road trip, and yet we’re leaving in less than a month for our autumn trip. But yet, here we are, a week out from September.
So let’s go back two months, to June 19th, when Christian, Savannah and I set off for Pittsburgh to visit my family. We had big hopes, big plans that Savannah would learn to swim this year (spoiler alert, she did!), that my niece would arrive while I was there, and to finally check out a place called Laurel Caverns.
Warning, this is going to be a long one…
After spending 6 days in Pittsburgh, we headed back west. We originally planned to head south to West Virginia to climb, but the weather wasn’t cooperating and West Virginia was experiencing massive floods. So instead, we headed for South Dakota, stopping in Madison, Wisconsin (Yay for a new state and a new city!!) on the way.
After spending the afternoon in Madison, we headed farther west to South Dakota (another new state!!). While in South Dakota, we stopped at Badlands National Park (new national park!) and then headed over to Spearfish Canyon to climb.
South Dakota was amazing, so if anyone needs a South Dakota Wedding Photographer, I’d LOVE to be considered.
After four days in South Dakota, we headed on to Wyoming for the Fourth of July. We elected to stop in Ten Sleep, Wyoming where we were greeted by cows, then climbers and were surprised to find out it was the Ten Sleep Climbers Festival.
And we spent the entire ride home from Ten Sleep talking about our next road trip to Idaho and Oregon. Keep an eye out for that one.
And also, if you’re looking for Wyoming Wedding Photography or Spearfish Wedding Photography, shoot me an email. Many of these locations do not have a travel fee!