Wanderlust Everyday: Part 4

For Part 4 of my Wanderlust Everyday 2017 series, I’d like to share an older post that is particularly true to me today, only with different photos! Enjoy!


noun wan·der·lust \ˈwän-dər-ˌləst\
  1. :  strong longing for or impulse toward wandering

Too often I forget how absolutely stunning the place I live is, from backyard sunsets bursting in my community to the state park lakeside views that make you forget about the ocean altogether; rural Missouri is beautiful.

The seasons here are wildly unpredictable and sometimes you will see all four jammed into one week, but the rolling hills of northern Missouri in any season set against the backdrop of corn and wheat fields will really make you feel like you’re at home, even if you’re not from here. Snow, sleet, rain, hail, anything looks good blanketing these fields. This place is a farm town paradise, and sometimes I forget that this is what wanderlust is all about: wandering.

So wander around my backyard with me for a few seconds, then let’s go wander around yours!

Forest Lake, Thousand Hills State Park – Danielle Breshears
Forest Lake, Thousand Hills State Park -Danielle Breshears


Behind my office on Salem Trail – Danielle Breshears
My own backyard, literally. – Greentop Danielle Breshears
First published photo, Kirksville forgotten road Danielle Breshears
My side/backyard – Danielle Breshears


Aside from my Wanderlust Everyday series, you may also be interested in these gems:
Wanderlust Water
Wanderlust Hunger
Wanderlust Adventure
Wanderlust Windy Roads
Wanderlust Choices


2 Comments Add yours

  1. tlryder says:

    Lovely photos. Makes me want to add Thousand Hills State Park to my “to be seen” list!

    1. dbreshears91 says:

      You most certainly should! 🙂

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