By Valerie C.
We’ve had an amazing start to our full-time RV adventure so far — dropping off the kids at college, having to be towed after a breakdown on the side of the interstate in Kentucky on day 5, visiting friends, family, and National Parks in Utah and Nevada (as described in my last blog post), and generally finding an adventure every day.
This week continued our amazing RV adventure, including possibly the most interesting and fun 24-hour period ever!
By Valerie C.
After packing up everything and heading south, we made our goal of dropping off my son at Clemson University for his freshman year in two days. The RV, however, had other ideas about our plan to meet Mitch’s son in Salt Lake City.
Just saw some antelope for the first time on the trip! They were near the Wyoming/Utah border. I didn’t get a picture but I was so excited! Then I saw some more. And some more. Now I’m like, “Oh. Antelope.” Mitch sill hasn’t spotted them though (he’s driving). Give it five minutes.
We’ve now seen quite a few pronghorn antelope in the western U.S. since the start of our trip. Here is a picture of pronghorn antelope we took in Yellowstone in July 2015!
Honestly, seeing wild animals never gets old.
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