As I was driving west along Interstate 40, between Amarillo and Adrian, I saw all these cool wind farms. The sun was rising behind me and I just couldn’t resist pulling over onto the shoulder in order to capture some images of the wind turbines and that sunrise.
At 7:20am on July 20th, I officially crossed the border out of Texas. I whooped for joy then burst out crying. My Texas departure and Pacific Northwest return have been 21 years in the making. This is the beginning of an interesting adventure.
The sunrise was a nice send-off.
Today, I’m heading into Petrified Forest National Park. I arrived yesterday afternoon in the Painted Desert area, and after about 2 hours, decided the heat and driving was wearing me down enough that I needed to go on to the hotel down the road. I’ll get back to the park early this morning while its “cooler.”
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One response to “That Last Texas Sunrise”
Gorgeous farewell image, Rebecca. Good luck in your new chapter!