I found sketches here and there in my travel sketchbooks that didn’t end up as a part of my Yellowstone and Grand Teton narrative. So here they are, a motley crew of images…
It seemed appropriate to sketch the sky in Big Sky, Montana, with Lone Mountain in the distance.
Also big in Big Sky: the cars. So many jeeps and trucks.
I’ve never seen a hydrant with one of these long flags sticking out of it. I want to look it up but I don’t know what the flag like thing is called. I’m guessing it’s so there’s some way to figure where the hydrant is even when it snows a fair bit?
Two quick sketches from the Natural History Museum of Utah in Salt Lake City. I’ve visited this museum every time we pass through Salt Lake City. I love everything about it.
I was too tired to figure the name of this building, right behind the Temple in downtown Salt Lake.
The week I came back, I missed the mountains, so I used a photo to do this little sketch:
Now I’m truly done with my summer travel sketches, which is a bit of a bummer: blogging them somehow extends the holiday experience.
If you missed any bits of the trip, here are all previous posts in this series: