Roadtreking Sunsets around North America

The just-concluded Memorial Day weekend in the U.S., a week after Canada’ Victoria Day, means that summer has begun – even though the official start is still a couple of weeks later. And Roadtrekers were out and about over the last weekend so we did another one of our “One Day in the Life of a Roadtrek” photo shoots.

Jim Diepenbrusk's sunset photo form near Bowling Green, Ohio. Across the US, families of 2nd Battalion, 8th Marines launched sky lanterns to honor the 41 Marines of gave the ultimate sacrifice during the War on Terrorism.
This is one of the sunset photos featured. It’s from Jim Diepenbrusk and was taken near Bowling Green, Ohio. Across the US, families of 2nd Battalion, 8th Marines launched sky lanterns to honor the 41 Marines of gave the ultimate sacrifice during the War on Terrorism.

The rules were simple: Take a picture of your Roadtrek wherever you happened to be at sunset local time. Then email it to me.

We got a great assortment this year from all over North America.

Some were on beaches. Some in the mountains. One was in a body shop getting work done. A few were in owner driveways and one was at a special ceremony that launched sky lanterns to honor the 41 Marines of 2nd Battalion, 8th Marines, who gave the ultimate sacrifice during the War on Terrorism.

Enjoy the video slide show.

See you out there.

 

12 thoughts on “Roadtreking Sunsets around North America”

  1. that’s amazing – i’ve been in almost all those places one time or the other with my Roadtrek. there’s nothing like the Pacific coast scenery out your windows. i’m definitely in the wrong place now 😉

  2. Beautiful! If this video doesn’t inspire, I don’t know what will! W. Dan’s looks good in the fix-it lot, too! Thanks. Happy trails to all.

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