Devils Tower is a huge piece of igneous rock poking 1,267 feet out of the eastern Wyoming plains. I drove here from Rapid City, South Dakota during one of the most memorable road trips of my life. I stayed over night at the campground in the back of my rented Jeep and was quite cold. The next morning I was greeted with bright blue skies and warmth. I made my way around the monolith for about an hour, then took this shot on my way back to Rapid City. Just amazing.
While traveling on my way to the Tiny House Jamboree, I came across a brand new tiny house company in Alpine, Wyoming. The Teton Homes Go Mod company sells manufactured and modular park models built to survive any mountain winter. Teton Homes Go Mod offers several floorpans that include two to three bedrooms from 400 square …
“I felt my lungs inflate with the onrush of scenery; air, mountains, trees, people. I thought, ‘This is what it is to be happy.’” ~ Sylvia Plath, from The Bell Jar
If you would know the earth for what it really is, learn it through its sacred places. At Devil’s Tower or Canyon de Chelly or the Cahokia Mounds, you touch the pulse of the living planet; you feel its breath upon you. You become one with a spirit that pervades geologic time and space. -N. Scott Momaday via She Sings to the Stars