All posts in Wyoming

The journey in numbers: an infographical roundup.

Throughout our trip, I kept fastidious notes and numerical tallies of every place we stopped, ate, slept, drank, got gas, and so much more. Yes, I know I’m a little […]

When the world turns upside down, it’s nice to have someone upside down with you.

Ok, ok, you all have been heard, how can the blog be titled handstands to austin and be completely void of handstands?!? Deja is working her magic on a sampling […]

Tincup Creek, the Caribou Mountains, and stories of the American West

Winding down from Jackson, we decided to take the long way around on an old pioneer route along Tincup Creek through the Caribou mountains. This lead us through a handful […]

Antlers going once, going twice, and sold in Jackson Hole, WY

Climbing steadily up an impressively steep descent, winding around hairpin turns and hugging cliff edges at freeway speeds… we made our way over the dramatic Teton pass and landed in […]

Yellowstone: 90% closed. 10% magic.

While we happened to visit Yellowstone National Park in the one month of the year that it is 90% closed… we were still pleasantly impressed by the bits we saw. […]