Vacation is pushing the reset button.
Here are a few things that surprised and delighted me and got my head out of Iowa:
An 81 year old grandma successfully driving a white Jeep Liberty off road at the Big Horn Mountains Jeep Jamboree. My new goal for age 81...
The great performance of our 2003 Jeep Wrangler Rubicon off road at the Jeep Jamboree. This was the first time we took it off road, and it handled rock and water obstacles with ease.
|Our guide's tricked out Jeep. Because he can...|
I won Bushwacker fender flares at the final dinner of the Jeep Jamboree. It was so exciting to win! Then I turned to Mike and asked "what are fender flares"?
|Jeeps on trail 186 at the Big Horn Mountains Jeep Jamboree|
Moose love Aspen trees
|A moose stopped by for breakfast on our friends' aspen trees|
Elk love to sit in tall grass and watch the tourists
|Two elk at Yellowstone|
Grazing land belongs to the sheep and not the Jeeps
Birds like to hang out in dead trees
|Bald Eagle at Yellowstone|
|Birds at Quake Lake|
There are 300 geysers at Yellowstone
Friends doing crazy stunts at Yellowstone...
|Mikie 'smoking Old Faithful'|
|My friend (who shall remain nameless because she will kill me when she sees this photo) at Old Faithful|
Land around geysers is other-worldly
Six 50+ people successfully hiked 7 miles in Beehive Basin(a tenuous link to my 'retirement' blog)
Hanging with my sweetie and great friends on vacation-LIFE IS GOOD!