Wednesday, February 12, 2014

Road Trip With Madison Part 3 #AmostWordlessWednesday

I did promise that I would share my road trip with you. If you are new to my blog, I recently took a road trip from Colorado to Canada. It was approximately 22 hours of driving and mommy did it all by herself. If you missed Part 1 and Part 2, just follow the links that will take you through the rest of my travels. Today is my Almost Wordless Wednesday and I want to share the rest of my photos with you.


Part 2 left us in Iowa and our trip continues from there.  Follow me on my journey through these photos.



These photos were all taken from a moving vehicle so might not be the best but I still wanted to share them with you. While driving through Iowa I saw a field that was totally blanketed by snow. It was really beautiful to see but I would love to see what it looks like in the spring or summer.

Iowa also has a lot of these windmills. They create clean energy and was really amazing to see. I just had to take a picture to share with you.



I tried getting photos of the signs  telling us when we've made it to a new state. Nebraska was one that I got a picture of. Nebraska... the good life. Is life really good in Nebraska? Do I have any readers living in Nebraska? Can you verify that life is really good there?


Nebraska did have a lot of fields. I am assuming they were corn fields and it would be really nice seeing this in the summer as well.


By the time we had driven through Nebraska it was almost lunch and mommy decided that we were going to stop and get something to eat. The bad thing about road trips is that you eat a lot more fast food than you should. Since I very rarely get fast food, it was a treat for me. We stopped at Burger King where I had my burger my way.


After lunch it was time to get moving and once more there were a lot more fields to see. This time I got to see a field filled with cows. I have never seen a cow up close and personal so I had to take a photo for my collection.


Driving through Nebraska took us some time and by the time we crossed over to Colorado it was sunset. I happened to see the most beautiful sunset imaginable and of course that was cause for another photo. Check out the beautiful Colorado sunset. Absolutely stunning!


I really enjoyed my road trip and can't wait to take another. Hopefully next time I'll be able to stay a little longer in the states we travel through and I can get to learn a bit more.

Have you ever taken a road trip? What was the most exciting thing you've seen? 

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28 comments:

  1. My husband and I drove from MN to Florida with our then 3 year old boy! That was quite the trip! I saw the ocean for the first time!

    Great pictures!

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  2. We have TONS of those wind turbines around here. There is a whole slew of them in Plymouth and frankly, they are an eyesore, but they serve a good purpose.

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  3. Those are some great photos especially from a moving vehicle. I really love the one of the Colorado sunset. I have never been on a road trip but would really love to take one one of these days.

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  4. I have never drove through or been to Nebraska, but looked like an interesting car ride. And love that she was wearing the Burger King crown. When we go to BK around here sometimes, we never leave without new crowns on the girls heads either :)

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  5. What is a burger Madison's way like?? Mine is extra pickles and no onions. And cheese is good too!
    We took a road trip from California to Massachusetts, but we took two and a half weeks to enjoy it. I loved Yellowstone and Grand Teton. We missed CO and Grand Canyon (boo!) Loved Vegas to surprise my brother for his 30th birthday. Loved Salt Lake City and seeing Cassidy's family and friends. Didn't love Mount Rushmore because it was so foggy we couldn't see a thing!

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  6. For some reason I hate those wind turbines. They are creepy to me and oh my gosh, they are SO LOUD!

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  7. What beautiful pictures of your road trip!

    I don't know if Nebraska really is the good life, but I can tell you when I traveled from California to Virginia, exactly 5 miles into Nebraska, my truck broke down and delayed the trip 2 days! LOL

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  8. I love taking road trips.. It always gives our family some bonding time!

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  9. These are really beautiful photos but it does look really cold there too!

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  10. Wow 22 hours - you are amazing! Inspiring and no way would I be able to do that!

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  11. Beautiful Pictures Love The Sunset, Its Been A While Since I Drove Across Country Will Be Driving North Myself With The Kids It Should Be Fun!

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  12. your daughter is so adorable! The pictures are so beautiful, I have never been in Nebraska before!

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  13. Gorgeous pictures! I've never been there before!

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  14. Our family recently did a driving holiday around QLD Australia, I have slowly but surely putting my posts of our trip up on the blog....takes a while though....Driving with the family is definitely fun!!!!.......most of the time http://www.barbiebieberandbeyond.com/search/label/travel

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  15. That sunset is awesome! Great pictures!

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  16. long trip for you but man it looks like it was gorgeous to see!

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  17. I would love to take a road trip with my boys. Looks like you had a fun adventure and I love the pictures.

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  18. I drove that route in college! Love the windmills!

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  19. This was really a nice group of photos you were able to take! I had no idea Iowa had a lot of windmills. I really loved that picture of the sunset!

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  20. Oh my, such a lovely road trip, thank you for sharing. Something about the sight of windmills makes me just so incredibly happy :)

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  21. Beautiful road tripping photos! LOOOOVE that Colorado sunset!
    xoxo

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  22. We have driven from Mass to Virginia three times. It was a fun road trip that often led to a lot of pit stops for food, and bathrooms.

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  23. Wow, that's a lot of driving when you are the only driver! And, I totally hear you about the fast food and roadtrips ... Along the north east at least, we have diners so I feel like those are a bit better. Loved seeing Nebraska through your photos and blog post - enjoy the rest of your travels!

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  24. It seems like a great trip your are having. I enjoyed seeing the beautiful photos you shared.

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  25. Beautiful sunset and snow field, but I am like you, I want to see spring soon.

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  26. I love road trips, especially the random sites I would stop and explore along the way!

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  27. We drove from Maine to New Mexico when our daughter was 5 months old

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