Hey Montana, take your daughter home

The view from our rv site in Tennessee

All handicapped men, this way!

My traveling companions for this trip: (from left to right) Christopher, Schma Williams (Chris’ mom), and Aunt Leslie (Chris’ most wonderful aunt!)

The Grand Tetons… a.k.a. to the fur trappers of old, “the Great Breasts”

The arches at Jackson Hole, WY. Don’t worry, they’re all made of replicated elk antlers.

So, after a long stint of living out of a suitcase I’ve finally made it home to Montana. It’s been a pretty hectic time for me, but in the end, it’s all been worth it. This roadtrip was pretty incredible & I’ve got some stories to tell from it. Here are my accounts…

On July 23rd I put in my time & said my goodbyes to some of the best co-workers I’ve ever had. My eyes were a little misty when I pulled out of the parking lot & headed for Coflo. I spent 2 nights at home, saying goodbye to friends & family then headed out for Lancaster to meet up w/ Chris. After spending a few days in Lancaster to meet up w/ some friends.
The trip was 3 weeks long, took me through 11 different states, and left me with some new friends as well as a lifetime full of memories. Come share some of these w/ me through my photos.

p.s. more will be coming

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