Finally Made it Home

I took a couple days off from posting anything because I was traveling home for the past two days. Both travel days were BRUTAL. Rapid City, South Dakota to Saratoga, Springs New York is not a scenic drive. It is a lot of farms, back by Chicago, Illinois, more farms, by Cleveland, Ohio, near Buffalo, NY and home. It is rough, but I am very happy to be back in my hometown and spending time with my family.

I just want to put this out there…I do NOT recommend driving over 900 miles in a single shot. It is the second time I have done it and it is so tiring. Starting at 8:00AM in Madison, Wisconsin, and getting home at 1:30AM was terrible. The only way I got through it was coffee and loud music.

Anyways, I am home now and will be back to sharing pictures and hiking info from my adventures in the Adirondacks. I’ll also have more posts about the four national parks I spent time at too, but I won’t be posting everyday (I’ll be working). I will try to post once a week and continue sharing more photos. I am going to continue practicing with my camera and downloading/editing all the videos I took on my GoPro! I am debating on whether or not to start posting edited videos from my hikes and travel…we’ll see. Thanks for tagging along on my road trip with me. Here are a few other pictures from the trip that I really liked!

Glacier National Park (Sony a6000)

Mountain in trees in Glacier NP

Yellowstone National Park (Sony a6000)

Bison and baby bison in Yellowstone

Grand Teton National Park (iPhone)

Tetons with blue sky edit

Black Elk Peak (iPhone)

Summit of Black Elk Peak

Badlands National Park (Sony a6000)



I am already looking at this trip with nostalgia. I had so many great experiences carved into a two week period. I hiked through charred woods in Glacier, was approached by mountain goats, saw a couple bears, drove alongside bison, and hiked the highest peak east of the Rockies to name a few of those experiences. I will never forget trips like these, but it feels good to be home and around family. You definitely appreciate it more after being away and traveling. It also feels like a reset on my mind and body. I am ready to get back to working during the week, exercising, and continuing to work on myself both mind and body.

Thank you for tagging along on and reading what I was doing while on this trip. I appreciate those that took the time to comment and hit the like button. I will continue to share pictures from the places I have been and the adventures I will be going on this summer on the weekends! If you enjoyed this post, leave a comment, hit the like button, and follow Road Trip Warriors for more adventure pics and travel info! 



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