Week In-Stagram Review

June 21, 2013 4 Comments »

Each week bring some new scenery and location for me – that’s just the way I like it.If you want to follow where I am real time – then each Friday I will post 5 of my Instagram photos from the current week.
Some weeks I may be traveling somewhere exotic, and some weeks it may be less interesting – but it will give you a peek into my life of perpetual motion. This week I was finishing up my travels in Nova Scotia Canada under some pretty powerful storms (Nova Scotia weather is unpredictable!) and returned back to my parent’s home in South Dakota for a little R&R before heading out again.
Week of June 14, 2013 – June 20, 2013

Cabot Trail in the Rain

Mother Nature is in one of those moods today on Cape Breton. Drove through a torential storm today and had no visibility on the Cabot Trail – one of the most beautiful drives in the world. However I did stop at a few scenic lookouts to take in the rampage of Mother Nature, hear the waves crash, and rain pour down.


church and god rays

After 2 1/2 days of pouring rain – Blue skies finally! Heading out to take some photos of @authenticcoast around Guysborough. Nova Scotia is peppered with little white churches and steeples – this one came complete with God rays.


Halifax outdoor art

Love these lightposts on the Halifax boardwalk. The one on the ground is said to be drunk!


Granary south dakota

Hello Midwest. You are beautiful. Arrived back in South Dakota. This granary is just 1/2 mile from my parent’s farm. My favorite thing about the Great Plains is the endless skies, cloudscapes, and vivid colors – wide open space!


Olive martini

My olives are going skinny dipping in my gin. #happyhour Yes – one of the best things about being at my parents house is that my dad brings me a drink every day at 5PM and we have happy hour. Gin martini’s are my favorite…


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