It's 1:46am Eastern time, so I'm sapped and heading to bed soon. Before I hit the hay, I did want to let my friends and family see the kids through my eyes in the last couple of days. I've taken many photos from my cell phone, and just a few from the big camera. We are getting a family photo in every new state we come to, and we'll share that later. These photos were taken in two places that were off the beaten path, and there has been extra adventures with each one. For right now, you need to know that we loved visiting Monument Rock about 30 miles outside of Oakley, KS. It is seriously out in the middle of no where, down a long and dusty gravel road. Then there's the Devil's Backbone, just north of Denver, CO that was in the Rockies foothills. Both were wonderful to us. I haven't taken any photos in Wyoming, although it has been the most majestic part of the trip yet. I am in awe of what God has created and displayed before my eyes. I also feel so small and humble in comparison. Tomorrow, we descend from the Rockies through Salt Lake City, then across the desert, then up more mountains. Big driving days are exciting in the motorhome, right? Rawlins, Wyoming was good to us tonight as we stay in an RV park to rest up for tomorrow's big drive. Lord willing, we'll make it to Bible Camp Thursday night or Friday morning!