Twists in the Road

While on our RV journeys across the U. S. and Canada in our fifth wheel we have come to many twists in the road.

Moose on the Alaska Highway
Moose on the Alaska Highway
Bridal Veil Falls Overlook on Icefields Parkway, Alberta, Canada
Bridal Veil Falls Overlook on Icefields Parkway, Alberta, Canada
Big Thompson Canyon Hwy 34 Colorado
Big Thompson Canyon Hwy 34 Colorado. This road flooded in September, 2013, about 2 weeks after this photo was taken
Twist in the Blue Ridge Parkway
Twist in the Blue Ridge Parkway

We’re not wandering at the moment. These are just a few of our favorite twists in the road.

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10 thoughts on “Twists in the Road”

  1. I love twists in the road like these and have a few similar shots of my own. The call of the road is a strong call, even though being at home is wonderful in its own way as well.

    janet

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  2. Oh yes, the call of the road — and the interesting twists and turns, both in reality and metaphorically. Hope we get to see moose in the road when we make our trip to Alaska in the summer of 2016!

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    1. Laurel, I’m sure you will see moose on the road, beside the road, in the woods, in ponds, and anywhere you least expect it. I spent every day searching for moose and bears as we drove along. You will love going to Alaska! It is truly the trip of a lifetime! This time last year we were on our way.

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  3. We’re excited about Alaska — and obviously, planning ahead. Your blog will be a great resource for us. Next year we’re headed to Nova Scotia; that’s why we’re waiting on Alaska. I have some time to get Eric trained to stop for photos, haha!!

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    1. Sounds like a plan! I took lots of pictures as we drove down the road so have your camera ready at all times! We didn’t stay at Toad River but a friend stayed there twice and watched moose in a pond all afternoon both times.

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  4. We are hopefully going to make it to Alaska next year and will also be using your blog to aid with our planning. How fortunate we are to have such gorgeous landscapes to enjoy in this country.

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    1. Yes, we are fortunate to have beauty every where we go across the U.S. You will will have an amazing trip to Alaska and back. Thanks for wanting to use my blog to help you plan. I’ll be glad to answer any questions you have. Happy camping!

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  5. When we first moved from Louisiana to Colorado we lived in Drake. We traveled through the twisty Big Thompson Canyon many days! It is breathtaking and I never get tired of the view. We live about 4 miles east of the mouth of the canyon. Love all your twisty roads!

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