Good things come to people who wait. But, better things come to those who go out there and get them!
A short and simple reminder to enjoy the beauty and simplicity of a trip to your own backyard. How is that for an economical road trip, free from the stress of the highway traffic. Pack a lunch from your favorite restaurant (your own kitchen) and enjoy the view.
Take a time-travel adventure into the 16th century at the annual Bay Area Renaissance Festival! Join our Queen in a jubilee! Journey back in time as more than 100 merchants contribute to the atmosphere of this charming 16th-century village.
Let me share with you the most important thing I have discovered. Where ever you go, whatever you see, share it with others! Don’t be afraid to stop and smell the roses, to share a smile with a stranger, a meal with friends and build memories together that will last a lifetime!
One of the things I failed to mention perhaps was all the fun, “clean” (or not so clean!) entertainment! Having never imagined I would see anyone juggling spaghetti, this was quite the spectacle!
With the 2017 Bay Area Renaissance Festival at MOSI fast approaching, I thought it would be apropos to share a few photos from festivals gone by! These festivals are held all across our great nation and offer a day of food, fun, and frivolity!
I am, a self-proclaimed digital nomad, working where ever the WIFI signal is strongest. I’m not really a nomad, yet. But those of you who follow my blog, know that I like to travel whenever the opportunity presents itself. Today, the opportunity did not present itself and so, I am “working!”
A few years back we took a 1,600-mile road trip from Northern Vermont to Syracuse, NY and ending in Ossining, NY. In one of my previous blog post (What will you discover?), I posted some of our Vermont activities. In this post, I want to share one of our destinations in NY, the 1,000 Islands!
I came across this fun and informative read from Spencer’s Gap Year, I hope you enjoy it! So you’re going on a giant road trip? Well don’t worry, I did it already and I’m here to help. Here are my tips. via Taking a Cross-Country Road Trip: Tips and Reflections — Spencer’s Gap Year
I have read, that posting too many photos in a post, bores the readers. Well, I most certainly do not want to bore my readers with my photos, that what my “dialog” is for!
This journey started just one month ago for me! (It’s hard to believe it been that long already!) Thank you for allowing me to share my photos, inspirations, and stories with each of you! Next milestone – 500! (I feel like the little train that could, “I think I can, I think I can!”)
Alaska is definately on my “Road Trip Bucket List!” I hope you enjoy this read as much as I did. -Bill