Rosie and Patrick
Welcome to our wedding registry! If you know us, you know that we are big on adventure and travel, which means that instead of creating a 'traditional' wedding registry, we have chosen to opt for a honeymoon registry! Here you can learn about our honeymoon plans and help us make them happen! In addition to accepting donations to help us along our adventures, we have also registered for a few key items that will be needed for our travels, (in case you want to give a gift that can be wrapped)! Please take a look around and let us know if you have any questions. Thanks for visiting!Teton County, Wyoming United States Amarillo, Texas Bryce Canyon, Utah Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming
We can't get started with an empty tank! From Nashville to Amarillo, we will drive over 930 miles! Help us out for the first leg of the trip!
Amarillo is home to "The Grand Canyon of Texas", the Palo Duro Canyon. Fortunately for us, this state park has small 'cow cabins' that were built by the CCC in 1933, and they look like the perfect ...
On our second night, after another long day of driving, we will finally be at our first National Park! We will be staying the night in a small cabin at a near by ranch, followed by a morning of exp...
While in Zion National Park, we will rent bicycles for a half-day and explore the rim of the canyon!
The drive from Zion National Park to Bryce Canyon will take only a couple of hours and about 90 miles.
The drive between Bryce Canyon to Salt Lake City is 270 miles and just over 4 hours. Help us fuel it!
Driving from Bryce Canyon up to the Tetons we will take a break for the night and stay in the city!
For our first night in the Tetons, we will be staying at the Jenny Lake Campground, prepping for our back country adventure!
When we reach the Tetons, we'll be heading in to the back country for a couple of days on the Paintbrush Cascades, Canyon Loop trail. Pristine lakes, rivers and mountain views await!
Driving from the Tetons to Yellowstone is only approximately 80 miles, and should only take a couple of hours.
Our stay at Yellowstone National Park will include a 14 mile back country trip on the Nez Perce Creek Trail, through meadows, mountains and trout streams.
The drive between Yellowstone National Park and Lead, South Dakota includes just over 500 miles and 9 hours.
In between Yellowstone and the Badlands, we're going to take a little side trip to Mt. Rushmore, and we'll be staying at a lodge in Lead, SD.
The last stop on our trip will be a couple of days in the back country of the Badlands National Park, playing with wild Bison!
The drive between the Badlands and home will definitely be broken up somewhere at least once, but overall it will be nearly 1200 miles and almost 19 hours behind the wheel!