Life is about stopping to pet the horses. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
I’ve learned a lot this year but one of the most important things I’ve learned is to take it slow. Enjoy the moment and stop rushing through it. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
Story Time: My sister and I were driving back from mammoth but we were still searching for some fall colors on the way back and happened to see these beautiful trees and a side road. I pulled off and we drove back to the trees we passed. We passed by some horses, admiring how free they seemed in the open field grazing. We got some photos of the tree and headed back to the highway. My sister @stoicalstella said “let’s stop and see the horses.” And when we turned around from admiring the scenery this little guy was waiting at the fence. It was the perfect ending to a great trip.
Salton Sea, a place of death with a very interesting history. I had to see this place for myself after reading about it. It was created in 1905 when the Colorado River breached its levies. Initially it seemed like a beneficial thing with birds and fish thriving in the area. Resorts popped up everywhere in the 50s. By the 1970s, with no runoff, the lake was polluted by pesticide runoff from surrounding agriculture and saltier than the Pacific Ocean. Now it’s a dead wasteland full of fish and bird carcasses. #roadtrippin#ilovetravel#saltonsea#saltonseabeach#travelbloggers#ontheroad#ontheroadagain
USA road trip
JOUR 26 - Let’s get lost in Death Valley 🤪
Ca y est, on est au cœur de la vallée de la Mort 😱 Alors bien sûr on n’a pas pu s’empêcher de prendre un piste pour encore plus plonger dans les immensités désertiques de la vallée ! 40 miles de pistes qu’on a senti passer 😅 et qui nous a retardé pour voir les spots incontournables. Mais pas grave, on est encore là demain et être seuls au monde au milieu d’un tel décor, ça n’a pas de prix 😍
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