We spent the last week traveling home. This was more whirlwind duty trip than pleasure, but it's always good to see family and friends.
I always over pack. I need to work harder on packing less, way less.
Drinks in the airport bar before departing is kind of a tradition.
We ate at one of our old favorites when we made it to Fort Collins, CO. Love the Charco Broiler.
Could skip the peanut butter pie.
I've always loved this statue that is outside the front door.
Had our obligatory Taco Johns stop in Rawlins, WY.
We saw more snow in Wyoming than we've seen in Alaska all winter.
We drove on some slushy slick roads with some blowing snow.
The sunrise at my Mom's house is always so stunning.
Spent a bit of time sketching while we were gone.
Journaling on the go.
One of the bronze statues in our hometown.
Second lunch. Second Taco John's meal. Ate it in the car. Don't judge.
One more dink in the hotel bar before our flight out in the morning.
Welcome to DIA (Denver International Airport).
We had a five-hour layover in Seattle at SeaTac. Found the sacred empty concourse and enjoyed a bit of downtime.
Had our last meal at Anthony's at the airport, they'll be closing the airport location at the end of March. Will miss the breakfast tacos and this amazing clam chowder.
Couldn't help but have this amazing Bailey's Chocolate Mousse for dessert.
They have some unique art throughout SeaTac.
Our last morning in a hotel room.
Home again. Home again.
Until next time...