This week we’re hiking in the Madawaska Valley. Travelling, even this close to home, can be beneficial to the spirit, don’t you think?
We just returned from a few days of fall camping. Let me tell you about our wilderness, and not quite wilderness, adventures.
We are reliving some of our former trips these days. Like the three weeks in 2017 spent in Argentina. Including this adventure.
We loved our trip to Italy. But most of all we loved taking the roads less travelled. Away from the tourist hot spots and the crowds
This week we’re travelling. Camping in the Ottawa Valley. And as we sit by the campfire we’ll be waxing nostalgic about other trips we’ve taken.
Hubby is heading off into the wild green yonder this week. Continuing a love affair with the wilderness that has lasted six decades.
We escaped to the country last weekend. Saw small historic towns, drove country roads, had a picnic. And it was just what we needed.
For someone who loves clothes and make-up, and who stresses over my hair, I’m strangely not worried about being ski chic, or not.
We’re planning for travel this winter. Not actually travelling, but reading and researching and dreaming of our next big trip.
The best kind of travel is when you feel at home no matter where you are.
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