Hi everyone and thank you very much for following my trip back to Europe 🙂 !!!
Last night, I didn’t finish putting photos on my blog, so here are A LOT more, telling the train journey through California, Nevada, Utah and parts of Colorado. I hope you enjoy them.
During our 5-hour-stay in Sacramento:
Just to prove that I was really, really in California:
Okay, let’s get back on the train then:
Boyfriend is still trying to read and figure out where we are 😉 :
On the train again:
Snow in Sierra Nevada, California:
That was California.
Key words for California: From palm trees to snow.
And now we’re crossing into the state of Nevada, welcome. Hellos and waves to everyone from Nevada:
And then it was night while we were travelling to Utah. We must have come through Salt Lake City at around 3AM, but I didn’t notice anything of it.
Key words for Nevada: paint box with lots of different browns in it. I never got enough of watching Nevada!
Hellos and waves to everyone from Utah!
This was at about 6AM:
And that was Utah.
Key words for Utah: narrow valleys and winding train, first. Like on Mars, later (as if I would know 😉 ). Plenty of buttes. My favorite state to look at so far. Simply AMAZING!
During the afternoon, we reached the next state, Colorado. Hellos and waves to everyone from Colorado:
People raft down the Colorado River:
There is something very special about these people, and I wonder if you can guess. Please let me know in the comments, I’ll reveal it in a different post in a few days. Hint: The moon is always up in this area, and it’s down to its people! They call it “mooning”. Very, very funny people!
Key words for Colorado: Well, I feel kind of sorry for Colorado, because it must have been hard for it to top Nevada and Utah, which were breath taking. By the time we got to Colorado, I had probably used all superlatives already. But still, Colorado so much deserves them, TOO!!! Additionally, I’d add “red rocks and much greener than Utah”. Also “high altitudes, tunnels and Rocky Mountains”.
That’s it for today. Thank you so much for looking at my pictures, I appreciate your time!