I’m so glad folks had told me to check out Badlands National Park. It reminded me a bit of Bryce Canyon, and yet it’s so much larger.
Driving through it took over two hours, and I did not even stop at each scenic viewpoint.
Cerro de los Siete Colores, you have siblings in North America!
This formation looks a bit like Ceausescu’s palace in Bucharest, doesn’t it?
Rattlesnake warning signs everywhere…
I see an eagle’s head. What do you see?
The Badlands are surrounded by prairie. Dances With Wolves was filmed here (thanks to Dan Schneider for the tip).
I think this picture shows the earth’s curvature. Or maybe I need new glasses… or a refresher course in photography?
None of the photos posted on this blog are enhanced or altered in any way. These colors are “real” (nod to PTJ).
Yes, I know it’s a bit tacky. But I couldn’t resist.
Harry was heroic in braving the heat. But now it’s time for cooler climates, so we’re off to our next campsite high up in the mountains in eastern Wyoming.
Under 100 miles yesterday; over 350 today. We’re thanking the automobile Spaghetti Monster for AC.