Follow our adventure as we introduce Little Bird to the wonders of the US one mile, one campsite at a time.
For almost a year, we have been moving across the United States with our most worldly possessions towed behind us, partially in search of the next place we will call home. Needless to say, our visit to the National Historic Trails Interpretive Center hit a little close to home for both Will and me, andContinue reading “Seeing Our Journey at the National Historic Trails Interpretive Center, Casper, Wyoming”
The wind in Wyoming can be relentless, and even though we had not really experienced it yet, as we extended our awning on our arrival at Boysen Reservoir, I cautioned Will that we needed to keep an eye on the weather. Even with it at the forefront of our minds, the wind caught us bothContinue reading “Blowing Away at Boysen and Hot Springs State Parks, Wyoming”
Of all the hikes we did during our visit to Cody, this last one was simultaneously the easiest and the most challenging while also proving incredibly interesting. The trail offers virtually no shade (aside from a tunnel you walk through), and the information we found beforehand was a little sketchy on access (yes, you canContinue reading “Hiking to the Other Side of the Buffalo Bill Dam, Cody, Wyoming”