The Wild, Wild West

Climbing through the dry heat but loaded up with water and a snacks, we reached the border of Colorado and Wyoming and saw both state’s welcome signs, so we stopped to take some silly pictures!

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Wyoming is the only state in the nation that my Grandma Judy hasn’t visited, so for me, this was an especially poignant occasion. I gave her a call to tell her I’d made it here and promised to bring back some soil that she could “set foot” upon. She’s one of the inspirations for this trip, and I’m still raising money for the Fisher Center for Alzheimer’s Research here:



About TouringTunes

Petunia is an 8-year old Jackapoo (Jack Russell-poodle mix) who has traveled across the United States on the back of her human's bicycle.... twice. She's also cross-country cycled from Busan to Seoul, South Korea. Petunia and her human currently reside in Montana.
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1 Response to The Wild, Wild West

  1. Paula says:

    I LOVE your sign poses! I’ve posed my sock monkey Stanley on some trips I’ve taken for destination recognition 🙂


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