Road Trip Dreaming, Road Trip Planning With The BLM
It’s always a great moment to dream up your next travel adventure. Imagining what you’d love to see and designing an itinerary to squeeze it all in can be as much fun as exploring your destinations. Whether you actually go or not! So, here are some of the best road trip planning bucket list ideas from BLM.
Because regardless of whether you’re armchair bound, cabin-fevered, bored, or laying out fair-weather possibilities on your kitchen table, sometimes it takes a little stimulation to get those creative juices going and dream up a trip that’s really special.
Road trip planning ideas from BLM
BLM (Bureau of Land Management), provider of many natural wonders for senior travelers, has an album of photos to whet your appetite for the dreaming and road trip planning process.
You might like a hike or two, an overnight in an old fire lookout, camping and a little fishing to go with it, a canoe trip for the day, a road to share with moose and babies, a scenic drive in an out-of-the-way place. BLM’s #mypubliclandsroadtrip2016 photo album offers an array of possibilities.
In case technology loses the link, here you go again: it’s at BLM’s site on Flickr at #mypubliclandsroadtrip2016.
Feast your eyes, and dream big!
And, if you need to figure out how to get between locations on your road trip, try Rand McNally’s TripMaker® freebie planner…
Enjoy your road trip planning!
Road trip planning photo credits: All photos, CC BY 2.0 by BLM via Flickr. Featured image, Vermillion Cliffs National Monument. Top, Sand to Snow National Monument. Mid post, Pechuck Lookout. Bottom, Tangle Lakes.