April Squares: Beartooth Highway

After yesterday’s appearance by John, here’s a rare photograph of the two of us together. We’re feeling on top of the world on the Beartooth Highway, surely one of the most scenic roads in America. We were on our way from Yellowstone, Wyoming, to Red Lodge, Montana, and in the original post about this trip, there’s even a Top of the World Store!

Linked to Becky’s fabulous #SquareTops challenge.

46 thoughts on “April Squares: Beartooth Highway

  1. The Walker Show May 16, 2020 / 02:42

    I’ve been to Yellowstone before and it is really cool to visit. My blogging website is really cool to visit too. I have just started my own blogging website when the coronavirus has started. I’m new to blogging and I have been looking for some followers for my website! https://thewalkershow.wordpress.com/


  2. myplaidheart April 10, 2020 / 11:45

    My husband and I lived in North Dakota for a few years when we were first married (while he was is graduate school), but we never made it to see Wyoming or Montana. Too poor to do much traveling in those days. I regret that we didn’t go anyway.


  3. Dr Sock April 8, 2020 / 00:20

    Lots of great photos of you and John on top of it all.



  4. Birgit April 6, 2020 / 04:47

    A beautiful view and I love the Little Rock square set in, with both you, in another square


  5. Ann Coleman April 5, 2020 / 16:56

    That’s a great photo! And what a view as a background!


  6. Joanne Sisco April 5, 2020 / 13:40

    It’s a great photo, and a special memory. If you’re anything like me, it feels corny to have photos taken together at various places when travelling, but they become extra special a few years later when you look back.


  7. Erica/Erika April 5, 2020 / 02:18

    I extra love your heading photo, Anabel. I read your original post and breathtaking scenery. We lived in the Yukon and there is a highway called “Top of the world.” Also stunning and WINDY. Thank you for sharing. I hope things are staying stable for you and your family. Hugs and take care.


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