It seems like just yesterday I posted about the epic rendezvous I had with Mother Nature this summer traversing National Parks across 3 countries. There were the Listerine blue lakes of Banff National Park fed by gargantuan glaciers. There were the angry, boiling geysers and effervescent springs bursting from under the earth’s surface in Yellowstone. Then the mystical, moody fjords and unspoiled countryside resplendent with gushing waterfalls in Iceland.
It didn’t stop there; I witnessed the majesty that is the Havasupai Falls nestled deep in the Grand Canyon on an Indian Reservation, and even ended my war with the desert and learned to love it at Joshua Tree.
I saw more countries than I even planned to – Jamaica, New Zealand and Cambodia for the first time and traveled back to some old stomping grounds like Australia and India.