ROAD TRIP – SEATTLE

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Road Trip – Seattle

ON THE ROAD AGAIN

It’s Fall and I’m feelin’ that need for travel again.  Yep – it’s time to get on the road again.  I’ve been packing up my Road Trek and getting ready for another journey. I’m calling the trip “Road Trip – Seattle” because  I’ll be driving directly from Kansas City to Seattle which is my first destination.  Then from there the plan is to wander south along the coast highway through Washington and Oregon into Northern California.  From there I might head inland to visit some of the California Wine Country before going to Yosemite (just to check and be sure they got all those forest fires put out).  From there I’ll venture across Central Nevada into Utah where I hope to visit a number of their outstanding National Parks.  After that – it’s homeward bound across Colorado and Kansas. Below is a screen shot of my tentative route.

Seattle Road Trip Snag it

If you are thinking that looks like a long drive – well, you’d be right.  Just a tad over 5,000 miles as it’s laid out at this point.  Fortunately I like to drive.  And there should be some really fine photography opportunities along the route.

Times being what they are, I have arranged for a “house sitter” to stay in my home during my absence and I also informed the local “gendarmes” to keep watch for any strange activities.  Something I always do during my travels – file that under “better safe than sorry.”

I’m not sure how much internet service I will find along the way.  But I do hope to be able to post brief update articles with a photo or two as I travel.  So be sure to check back.  It should be quite a trip!

On The Road Again …………. Enjoy The Adventure!

Dr.B, The Photo Trekker

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