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LOVE all the trees!!!
These pictures remind me of that song "Home on the Range" --oh give me a home where the buffalo roam...oh never mind. I've been cuped up with my kiddo all day long. My brain is blank right now :)
Wow. That is one flat stretch of state!
Repeat. Repeat. Repeat.
I think, no, I know, I need to live near mountains.
going home.....ah sweet rewards...
That's a whole lotta flat, girl.
That's what I remember...a whole lot of nothing that is nice to look at for a while and then just gets damn boring. I'm with Deb, I need to look at some mountains and valleys to give me some peace.
Reminds me a lot of Kansas.
What amazing skies.
Shoot, that ain't flat----go check out part of Texas! You can see the curve of the earth.Have a safe rest of the trip!
All that emptiness gives me the WILLIES! Drive safe, Mrs. G!
Have a safe drive home, Heather! What an amazing journey you took; I'm sure you'll need time to just bask in the love and laughter that you were a part of this past month--enjoy your homecoming.
With that landscape, you can't get home fast enough, can ya??
It's a wonderful thing you have done - for yourself and for all us derfs!
Coming home is the best part of the trip!
So here is proof that North Dakota exists!
That's a whole lotta countryside.
Wonderful open sky! As for me, I prefer trees and water and mountains. Keep heading west on I-90 and you'll be home soon!
*smiling at Patricia's comment*
feeling a bit homesick here...no, i'm not from north dakota, but from south east colorado and yeah...pretty much more of the exact same scene!!!what a great ride this has been, mrs. g....
I love this part of the country, and this part of the year. Waves of gentle hills, green grass, big sky. And yes the sky is bigger. It has to do with super low humidity making the visibility farther. Or something.
Beautiful pictures! I am dying to visit North Dakota.
Beautiful pictures Mrs. G! It does look a lot like Kansas, and it's gorgeous.
Those last four photos were taken in Montana, right? Love them all!!
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