12,080 kilometres later… It was a quest, an Odyssey, and Jer and I conquered it!
We have seen a lot and we have lots of stories to tell.
My thoughts on the road:
- This is a freakin’ beautiful land. We are blessed to have been given this opportunity to see it.
- We have wonderful people in our lives and we are so grateful for the love and support that they have given to help make this happen.
- I have seen the type of life I wish to live and feel, and I ought to strive harder to live it every day.
- It’s a waste to sweat the little things. There is so much time, spirit and energy wasted, that could instead be better used to do something that makes one happy.
- Live now. Sure, work at a mediocre job if we must, even if it isn’t something that makes us tick, but don’t let it consume us and be the essence of who we are.
- PLAN THE NEXT TRIP!
OffRoading Near Index
Cascade Mountains in Central Washington
Marmot, I think
Leo Mol Sculpture Garden
Alberta's Version Of A Pigeon
Julie In Alpine Camouflage
The Sea Along the Pacific Rim Highway
Deer in background
Glendive Dino & Fossil Museum
Our First Hoodos
Flooded Red River at The Forks
Rainforest near Long Beach
'Who Goes There? Aarrgghh...' he says grumpily (but in a wee-little, high-pitched voice!)
Rodeo: Bull Riding
Along Scenic Loop
I think it's safe to say that we're saying goodbye to the mountains now...
Amazing Pre-storm Prairie Sky
Grain Elevators in the Rain
Geocaching in Tall Prairie Grasses
Grenfell Welcomes Us
Cacti in Canada
Bighorn Sheep at Water
Fraser Canyon WestBound
At Least 3 Moose
Mountains Are More Jagged
Where the ice used to be
Fraser Canyon Country
A Man and A Powerline - Geocaching
Fog At Dusk
Saskatchewan River Flood Byproduct
That Guy Got The Really Good Shot
Resuming Watching Horses
Hmm, maybe this isn't the safest place to stop to geocache when another storm's coming...
Mount Edith Cavell
Now Entering Banff
Spanglish Moss in Cathedral Grove
Big Sky Country
Jer Catches A Glimpse Of Heaven On Camera
Road To Salem Sue