We have made it 2100 miles across the country, through endless fields of corn, golden prairies, desolate mountain passes, and stately pine forests. In Yellowstone National Park I was in awe of the most foreign landscape I had ever scene. It was like we stepped back into the Jurassic Period with pots of boiling mud, spewing geysers, and gasses leaking from every fissure in the Earth.
I swear a T-Rex was lurking in there somewhere, but all we saw were bison.
But now our cross-country adventure is almost done. We only have 310 miles left on the journey to our new home. We've had 8 great days together exploring and it's a little sad to be approaching the last day.
It's the end of a great chapter of our lives, but the next chapter, with its plethora of blank pages, lies within reach. I can't wait to see what will be written on those pages.
How are things going with you? I'd love to hear what new chapters have begun in your lives.
I want to thank all the people who left great comments on my Insecure Writer's post. They helped me quite a bit and I'm excited again to be working on my novel.
And ooohh yeah, I finally hit 100 followers! Thanks to Sarah Perry over at the The Restless Writer for becoming #100. Check out her great site and give her some love.
Have a great weekend!