Day 93

More new landscape

June 27th, 2010


  1. Michael (Florida) says:

    Great picture…
    Wish i was with you or even just standing there…

  2. MN Roxanne says:

    Love this shot… starting to look like the rolling hills…. I’m excited for more….. makes me want to head west!

  3. Joel Archer says:

    You are heading for some really pretty country. Just wait until you hit the mountains!

  4. Dan says:

    Ah … The “West River” country.

  5. Jeff says:

    And this shot is from a man who just said ” I can’t get good landscapes with my phone”. Love the shot. Love the tree’s, love the dry river (or what seems to be a dry streem). Nice shot Matt. Might make a good background for the computer too. Safe travels onward, peace and blessings.

  6. John in MI says:

    My imagination tells me there’s a “little house” just outside the viewing area.

  7. Tesla says:

    That is so awesome Matt. Keep these great pics coming.

  8. katzien in austin says:

    If not for the fence, there would be no sign of human activity. Are there still places so untouched??

  9. Candice In Alabama says:

    I want to climb that HILL! I really do.

  10. Jeff says:

    and then tuck together and just keep rolling and rolling.

  11. Chaser1 says:

    Just wait till he hits the badlands. Great photos coming from there.

  12. Karen Too says:

    Lovely. I can feel the breeze blowing through the grass, and trees.

    It’s interesting in this shot how some of the trees and bushes are blown (permanently, it seems) in one direction while, at the time of the photo, the grass is blowing in the opposite direction.

    Matt, you are in for a different kind of wild walkin’ as you enter this new section of the country.

    It’s going to be great, I’m sure.

  13. Barb V in Michigan says:

    More hills! Yeah!

  14. Sven says:

    Matt, it occurred to me your route is probably very nearly the same route Teddy Roosevelt would have taken from New York City when he famously travelled to the North Dakota Badlands. He went by train, but would’ve have noticed the same landscape changes.

    Also, you are near the same route Mr. Custer and the 7th Cavalry took on that last ride from Fort Abraham Lincoln near Mandan to the Little Bighorn River in 1876.

    (I’m a history geek and note all these things)

  15. Harriette Scherer says:

    This is called a ‘coulee’ in the west. Yesterday I heard the song ‘They call the wind Mariah’, and it kept
    going thro my head all day, thinking of your journey. Good traveling. H in Melrose, MN

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