B-b-b-b-bad, b-b-b-b-bad, bad to the bone, b-b-b-b-bad. Uh, what the heck was that? I have no idea, but that's what I had stuck in my head as I was editing the photos below so now I'm subjecting you to the torture. So, the Badlands. What are they? It's a super cool natural occurrence where wind erosion creates really cool formations. It doesn't sound nearly as cool as it looks and you might think, "meh," but seriously, it was one of the prettiest geology-related things ever.
The Badlands were our second stop on our road trip through South Dakota. We also hit up Mount Rushmore. If you haven't seen my Mount Rushmore post, take a look through. I shared our route down from North Dakota and my yummy snacks, among other things. I feel like these National Parks trips are so appropriate for Memorial Day, which is just a few days away.
my trip to Cappadocia. I mean, it's a similar concept, right? Wind sculpting rocks into super cool cones? So awesome. There are little factoid placards everywhere so you can certainly learn a bunch while you're touring.
Ugh, so I was trying so incredibly hard to get a good shot of the hundreds of baby cows we saw but I failed. The baby cows were so cute! They looked like small dogs and there were so many of them. I wanted to take one as a pet.
Anyway, thanks for reading! Cheers!