The last 5 days

As I left my hosts in Moreland Idaho I knew that the trip was going to be a bit rough. There were long distances that had no water or ranches to get water at. Also once I got on highway 20 there was going to be a lot of traffic. And all of that was correct but there was also a lot of beauty and grandure in the desert and Craters of the Moon area. Here are some of the pictures.

Big Southern Butte
Big Southern Butte up close
Morning sunrise
Smoke from a range fire
Entering Craters of the Moon
Craters of the Moon
Lava lake
Leaving Carey Idaho
The Suzie Q Ranch my hosts

11 thoughts on “The last 5 days

  1. Can’t say enough bout what you are doing!! The boys looking good still, glad u are finding good host along the way still lot good people in the❤️❤️❤️The view is to die for 👏👏stay safe on your gorney Angle 🇱🇷🇱🇷🇱🇷🙏


  2. What an amazing journey you are on,so Happy for you and thankful that you have found such kind people along the way, I know your brother Chris,just visited last week, please have a safe journey, I enjoy all the updates.


  3. I agree! The pictures are fabulous. What a way to see the country and to meet some of the finest people. Bless you Angela, Buck, Renegade and Schatzie. Travel safely and keep sending postcards from the road.


  4. Glad to get this update on your journey. The views are spectacular!! I hope all is still going good for you. God bless you for what you are doing!! Take care as you continue on your journey & please keep in touch & post more photos my friend. Keeping you in my prayers!!❤😁🙏🙏


  5. Terrific photos, especially the lava. As always, the boys look great. A real testament to your care in what look to be increasingly water-less expanses.


    • If I was you I would head further north due to lack of water and places to get water. Water was scarce for me this time of year when you get here it will be even less. That being said I will still give you names if you want them. But in the other hand by time you get here rains and snows might be starting lol.


  6. I really love your pictures. That is some amazing country. The horses look to be in good shape. Love what you are doing and the reasons why. Stay safe.



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