Road trips are a special sort of adventure. I’m not talking about the three to four kind of road trip, the eight to twelve, or even better, the two-day-plus type of road trip. It’s here that the road unfolds an experience that only traversing through cities, US Highways and States can unveil. Our road trip to Montana had us stop in Nashville for the night, head over to St. Louis for Sam’s birthday, then roll over to Kansas City where we would stay the night. It was in Day Two of our trip, that the beauty of the road started to reveal itself.
A few months ago, we announced that we’re moving to Montana….er, summering in Montana. We made the move. We want to pursue adventure, story, and experience more than comfort and stability. So we’ve relocated to Bozeman, MT. We don’t know how long we’ll be here, we just know that while we are here, we are going to be all here. The journey, the experiences, stories, and people will be shared. This is how we will write our Wild Letters.
We’re leaving comfort and stability to pursue adventure and story. This summer, The Wild Letters takes to the road and ventures west. It seems less like risk when story and experience are what matter most to you. Our time will mostly be spent wondering, adventuring, and exploring new experiences as often as possible.
New stories shared here daily. And over on the new vlog.