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Center Chapel

I can’t think of any rational person who would knowingly pass up a chance to visit the geographic center of the continental United States! I mean, really, what a great opportunity that is. The center! The EXACT CENTER. And the fact that it is only a few miles off the highway makes it even more of a must-stop location.

I am not quite sure what I thought would be there. I am very certain that I did not anticipate a tiny chapel as the main thing. Yet, somehow, there we were: a pair of travelers on a cold and windy day, standing in the middle, looking at a chapel.

That’s the fun of a road trip.

at the geographic center of the continental United States
near Lebanon, Kansas
photographed 12.11.2020

Falls & Fence

My challenge always is, when I’m in a place that’s been photographed a lot, is to find a different angle. Sometimes I’m successful, and other times I’m not…

Palouse Falls State Park, Washington
photographed 9.2.2020

Field Stripes

This view right here is why we came.*

Fallon, Washington
photographed 9.3.2020

*Along with about a thousand other vistas.

Life: compressed

It felt like the Rupps’ entire life was compressed down to the major elements.

Dusty, Washington
photographed 9.2.2020

In Motion

Lake Coeur d’Alene drains into what becomes the Spokane River at Post Falls, Idaho. In the late summer, the falls are slow but there’s still some nice water movement. If you like that sort of thing.

Post Falls, Idaho
photographed 8.31.2020

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