Because I'm not tied down to a normal schedule, I travel with him a lot. Here, I'll post some photos of the action.
The most common destination, at least when I am out west being a gypsy with my Vagabond, is Utah.
The first time I mentioned being in Utah, the first response was, "Where? On purpose? Why?" Those also make up the bulk of the other reactions I get. Without seeing it, you might not have a clue about why Utah is so spectacular.
This, friends and neighbors, is why:
|Starvation Reservoir in Uinta, Utah. Ooooh. Aaaaah.|
|Antelope. Yes, they do play.|
|Mr. Vagabond in a very rare agreeable minute with the camera. He's cute! I can't remember the name of this place. But it's a dry riverbed situated on America's Loneliest Road, U.S. Route 50. It's either in Utah or Nevada. It was a long day. LOL!|
|Little cabin near Ashley National Forest. Within minutes, we were in a completely different landscape covered with pine trees and tons of snow.|
|Arches National Park|
|Arches National Park. It was SO HOT that day!|
|This is a typical day for Mr. Vagabond and me. The only reason we take main roads is to find dirt roads away from the rest of the world.|
|Beautiful Aspens. The smell of the air is incredible. It's the cleanest, freshest air, and it smells like those dangly pine air fresheners wish they did.|
|We were living in the middle of wildlife pretty much all the time. Awesome!|
|She was the biggest doe I've ever seen. She was skittish, but let me get close enough for a few pics.|
|Mr Vagabond thinks my fascination with cows is hilarious. Every time I see cows, which is constantly while in Utah, I have to take pictures. His reply? "You and them damned cows."|
|She posed for us for about 10 minutes, turning this way, then that way, then looking back, then turning around to the other side. She knew she was pretty. Then she pranced off into the woods.|