Help us crowdsource our honeymoon!
Between the two of us, we had nearly 20 place settings worth of dishes, two Dyson vacuum cleaners, five sets of linens, and more towels than we had room for in the closet. Needless to say, we aren’t making a Bed, Bath, & Beyond registry. Instead, we came up with this crafty plan! Please help make our dream honeymoon a reality by funding an item below (way better than dishes any day, ya?)
So, what are you helping fund exactly?
Another fantastic adventure crafted by your favorite couple! We have an epic road trip planned from Cincinnati, Ohio to Jackson Hole, Wyoming. We will be gone 2 weeks, cover 4000 miles, visit 13 National Parks and memorials, go cave exploring, hike summits, see gysers, touch prehistoric fossils, and maybe even learn how to rock climb – all with your help! Craving even more details? Check out the grand plan:
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Custer, SD is home to Jewel Cave, the third longest known cave in the world! The Scenic Tour is only 1/2 mile long (out of 168 explored miles in the cave), but uses 723 stairs (40 flights!). $21.00 gets us gas to Custer and a scenic tour of the cave for two!
Devil's Tower National Monument is a total enigma - geologists have yet been able to explain how is was formed 40.5 million years ago. We've gotta see this thing!
What's in Casper, WY you ask? We have no idea, but it's the second largest city in Wyoming. Then again, it's only 27 square miles... better just eat dinner and keep driving...
You know you want to be the one that pruchases gas for the final leg of our journey!
It is totally out of the way (as in 400 miles round trip), but who cares! Some of the world's best preserved fossils are found in the flat-topped ridges of southwestern Wyoming's cold sagebrush desert. Fossilized fishes, insects, plants, reptiles, birds, and mammals are exceptional for their abundance, variety, and detail of preservation.
Lonely Planet's inspirational series of park guides feature in-depth research and advice on the best sights, hikes, and camping grounds. We have used Lonely Planet guides for trips near and far! These really make the trip!