Saturday, September 21, 2013

Our Honeymoon {in Review} pt. 3

To read the previous posts in this series click here.

Our honeymoon was the trip of a lifetime. While we were in San Diego over Christmas in 2012, Graham and I decided that we would take a road trip for our honeymoon, knowing we would enjoy the freedom it offered, and give us the ability to see so much. We figured that once we have A LOT of babies, a road trip won't be as appealing and that a tropical vacation could be taken at any time.

Our planning didn't begin until mid-March (yes, we're last minute, we know), and even then, we didn't plan much. Our goal was to make it to the Pacific North West, but enjoy as many places as possible on our way there and back.

The result of our honeymoon was 12 states in 13 days, and well over 5,000 miles.. America is beautiful, and this is how we explored it.

Day 4 - Wednesday, June 5th
We left for Yellowstone National Park this day, but decided to take a scenic route through Montana to get there. The scenic drive book we'd picked up said that the drive was only one hour out of the way so we figured it was worth it. It ended up taking us most of the day, but the drive was gorgeous and I'm glad we decided to take it.



Day 5 - Thursday, June 6th
After camping in Yellowstone Wednesday night we woke up and went to explore the park. We ended up hiking a little over five miles to see Fairy Falls and, of course, we made the time to go see Old Faithful.



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