A Look Back at the Road Trips of 2021

Hooray for road trips – the only way to travel during a pandemic! There were many close to home this year in the wilds of the Pacific Northwest – to Mt. Rainier – Olympic National Park – and the Columbia Gorge.

There were also trips farther afield as when we headed south in April, on Highway 101 to enjoy America’s West Coast – America’s Best Coast – through the Redwoods to San Francisco.

And after Labor Day to Yellowstone – to enjoy more of the magnificence of nature.

I guess you could say life itself is a road trip and I’m thankful for the journey.

Hoping your trip through 2022 is a safe and happy one!

~ Susanne

29 Comments on “A Look Back at the Road Trips of 2021

  1. So much to love about this post, Susanne! You captured the beautiful essences of the California coast, the PNW and Yellowstone! I will link this post to this Sunday’s SS post, so you are all set! Happy New Year, my friend! We have GOT to meet up in 2022!

  2. Even in this challenging year of covid spikes and new variants, you managed to explore so many terrific parts of your world – here’s to a happy and healthy 2022 for the world!

  3. You made some memorable trips indeed. Thanks for taking us along with you through your photographs. Here’s to more of the same during 2022.
    Best wishes, Pete.

  4. You’re so lucky to have such amazing scenery almost on your doorstep! Happy New Year, and here’s to more adventures in 2022 πŸ™‚

  5. Pingback: Sunday Stills: 2021 In the #Rear-View Mirror, Nothing Like the Present, The Future is Ours – Second Wind Leisure Perspectives

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