Hello everyone!  I’m back from a lovely trip with the family.  Where did we go you might ask??

Well, we started off here in the Twin Cities and headed for Mount Rushmore, next we headed off to Yellowstone, and then to Craters of the Moon in Idaho.  After that we headed north to Glacier National Park and came back home via North Dakota to visit some friends.

I won’t bore you with lots of pictures (right now at least), there is a whopping 4,194 of them.  Yes,  I really did take that many photos in 2 weeks which boils down to about one photo per mile of our journey.    I haven’t even cracked the surface with them, but here’s two of my favorite’s from Glacier:

4,044 miles.  4,191 photos.  2 National Parks.  2 National Monuments.  3 cave explorations
4,044 miles.  4,191 photos.  2 National Parks.  2 National Monuments.  3 cave explorations

I’ll share some more of my trip and some photos a bit later  (when I’ve had a chance to sort through them a bit.)  Right now I’m spending a bit of time with my sewing machine (making a backpack for Gwyneth who starts preschool tomorrow!)

And now for the GIVEAWAY!!

A Flag

I’ll be giving a lucky reader these four packages of crepe paper in leaf green, french vanilla, whisper pink and pink.  Each package contains one sheet that measures 20″ by 7.5′.  These are perfect for making flowers, banners, or anyting you want.  Each person can have up to three entries.  Here’s how:

Entry #1:  Comment on this post (about anything!)

Entry #2:  Follow my blog (through blogger or Google Reader or whatever) and tell me.  Leave a separate comment stating that.  (Already a loyal follower, just let me know.)

Entry #3:  Follow me on facebook or twitter, come back here and tell me you’re a follower in another comment.

Thanks for reading!  Good luck.

(I’ll keep the Giveaway open for 1 week – Sorry, open to US and Canada only.)

8 Comments

8 Comments on 4,044 miles. 4,191 photos. 2 National Parks. 2 National Monuments. 3 cave explorations. and A GIVEAWAY!

  1. I want to see pictures from Craters of the Moon. I’m currently living in Idaho and want to know if it’s worth the traveling time to see it before we move to another state!

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