I’ve been to Wyoming a few times, mostly when I was really young. So when I went this last time, it was really different and special. I was there for a rodeo competition, which was a whole new world in itself. I also started a new job while I was there. I explored Rock Springs, which is home to most of the dinosaur fossils in the U.S.! Overall, the two weeks spent in Wyoming was relaxing, it was different, and it was new – exactly what this trip is all about. Here are some photos from my trip!
The more I see mountain ranges like these, the more I fall in love with them. When I was young, my great grandmother had a painting similar to this photo. When I visited her in the summers, I drank my hot cocoa at the dining room table and stared at that painting – wanting to be in it. I think maybe that’s why the desert has such a pull on my heart.
Two words: Dream. Car.
Half of me will always long for an apartment with a fire escape. The other half wants a house with a huge yard and tons of animals. I’ll have to find a happy medium.
If this doesn’t make you feel like running off to have tea in Hobbiton, I don’t know what will!
My stay in Wyoming was hot, dusty, and long. But it was sweet. And I’m happy I was able to visit and experience it in all its warm, July glory.
6 responses to “Wyoming | Rock Springs & the National Rodeo Competition”
Love the sod-roof “hobbit house.” 🙂
Isn’t it super cute?! I loved seeing it too! Now to rewatch the Lord of the Rings… 😂
We did that this summer. 😊
The pictures are beautiful. I’ve heard great things about Wyoming – specifically the spas and the outdoors.
Thank you! It was really beautiful! 😊
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