USA – Final impression

Chipmunk in Yellowstone
Chipmunk in Yellowstone

Today, cute chipmunk says “Goodbye USA”. 😉 This year, it’s the last picture from North America. Obviously, I wasn’t able to cover all beautiful places we saw during our trip, but I’ll be back to USA on my blog, one day.

So, how do you like US landscapes?

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Uroczy tamias żegna nas dzisiaj z USA. 🙂 W tym roku to ostatnie zdjęcie na moim blogu z Ameryki Północnej. Oczywiście, w ciągu jednego miesiąca nie byłam w stanie pokazać wszystkich pięknych czy charakterystycznych miejsc, które zwiedziliśmy w USA. Kiedyś, na moim blogu przyjdzie czas na kolejny miesiąc o USA!

Mam nadzieję, że podobało Wam się moje “wprowadzenie” do Ameryki Północnej. 🙂

68 thoughts on “USA – Final impression”

    1. Dzięki! Też wcześniej USA nie było moim wymarzonym krajem, ale przyroda mnie oczarowała 🙂

    1. “appetizer” – chyba użyję tego słówka następnym razem! 🙂 Dzięki!
      Przystawki powinny zaostrzać apetyt, więc mam nadzieję, że to tak działa! 😉

  1. Very nice picture ! It is always so difficult to take nice photos of small cute animals because they are moving all the time like crazy 🙂 But you have a great talent on that !

    I loved all the landscapes you presented on your blog and I got plenty of inspiration for my future trip to US (whenever that is).

    1. Thank you!
      And I’m glad my short posts inspire you, because that’s a goal of it! 🙂
      Have a great weekend!

  2. What a cute chipmunk! I’m sure he (or she) and the rest of the US wish you a happy trip to wherever you go next. 🙂 I did a six month road trip around the US once, and I agree with you, we have beautiful landscapes. Happy travels!

    1. Thank you!
      6 months sound great , I’m sure USA will be destination soon at some point, there is still lots to see and enjoy!

  3. How cute! I have lived in the US for 2 years and since I have left in 2002 I have only been back in transit, going to other parts of America. I think it is time I visit again…

    1. That’s nice! I’m sure during 2 years you had plenty possibilities to enjoy the beauty of USA! 🙂

  4. Lovely picture of a chipmunk. I’ve loved all your photos from the U.S. A. You showed us some sttunning scenery and beautiful wildlife.

    1. Thank you! I’m happy to hear it! 🙂 I wanted to show at least a bit of US beautiful nature and hopefully inspire to visit USA 🙂

    1. To samo mówiłam, aż dostałam moją “służbową” wizę na Hawaje, więc trzeba było wykorztsrać na inne stany 🙂

  5. US landscapes are some of the most amazing in the world – we recently drove from San Diego to the very top of Alaska, and the landscapes and wildlife along the way were amazing. So glad you enjoyed your time 🙂

  6. What I learned from my visits to US and from numerous blogs the landscapes there are as different as beautiful and picturesque.

  7. I was editing my third book and am just now catching up with new followers. Thanks so much for the follow. It looks like you had a grand time in the US – it’s so big, there are lots of places I haven’t seen myself. I can’t read Polish – I have a rudimentary knowledge of Czech, but my great- grandmother and great grandfather emigrated to the US from Poland in the 1890s. Their name was Paderewsky.

    1. Thank you, Noelle!

      USA is indeed a huge country, we were lucky to visit some amazing places, but still many others are waiting for us. 🙂

      It’s nice to hear you had Polish relatives! Have you actually ever been to Poland? Late spring is usually a lovely time to go there. 🙂 And, Paderewski is a famous name in Poland, mostly because of Ignacy Jan Paderewski https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ignacy_Jan_Paderewski

      Have a nice Sunday! 🙂

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