This went concurrently with the disposable cameras Amy G. sent us and Mom's digital, so Amy may have some better pictures where the little guys were more photogenic. Also, I often had no place to set the cage where the little guys wouldn't flip out, so please excuse the occasional wonky camera angle or arm in the frame.
So here they are, Sprite (the green one) and Buttercream (the white one), the globetrotting parakeets!
Granny's backyard in Colorado:
Our hotel in Greenriver, Utah:
Just before Salt Lake City:
Sitting pretty in Helena, Montana:
Dad with the budgies in Sangudo:
On the kitchenette at Fort Nelson:
With me at the signpost forest in Watson Lake:
Outisde our hotel in Whitehorse, facing into the sun:
At the Galactic Cinnamon Roll Center, somewhere along the Alaska Highway:
Same place, but with the dog, instead.
At Haines Junction, looking at the mountains.
In Beaver Creek, our first stop in Alaska. Fast Eddy's is just behind the camera. Go there and split an order of fried mushrooms with two friends sometime.
At home, looking over our lake. I think there are some better pictures from here on Amy's last camera.
They had a good ride, but I think they're glad to be home!