Wednesday, August 5, 2009

Pit stops along the way

I took a road trip for work in July. I was working in four National Cemeteries in the Plain States. The four cemeteries were Black Hills National Cemetery (South Dakota), Fort McPherson National Cemetery (Nebraska), Fort Sill National Cemetery (Oklahoma), and Fort Gibson National Cemetery (Oklahoma). I spent a day at each cemetery creating an inventory of all of their trees. I made a few pit stops while driving to each cemetery, and snapped a few pictures at each one.



The Corn Palace, South Dakota


Badlands National Park, South Dakota (and the hail storm I drove through)

Butte Mountain, South Dakota


Devils Tower, Wyoming


Chimney Rock, NE




Old Cemetery at Chimney Rock, Nebraska

A random windmill, Kansas

4 comments:

Jennifer said...

I am so jealous of the sites you get to visit. The pictures look amazing! I am defiantly going to get some prints for home.

Ben G. said...

Looks like you had a fun trip even though it was for work. Like the Picks

Cindy said...

The photos are great!!! I am looking forward to reading more of the stories too about your adventures as you travel the US working on trees!!!

Cindy said...

Now that is a creative idea!!! The first "sideview mirror" photo is really good. Can't wait to see those to follow!!!