Happy Saturday morning! My husband has guilted me into revisiting this tiny little webspace of mine. My posts have been few and far between for a few reasons, but primarily because we could only swing long weekend trips in 2018 due to limited time off. Of course, I’m grateful we could still do that, but … More Change, and More Travel!
….Has it really been this long since I’ve blogged? My travel list has been equally empty, but, alas, a long weekender awaits: We’re heading to Austin & San Antonio! With our Mountaineers playing at Austin soon, and having family in nearby San Antonio, we couldn’t find a reason not to go. I’ve heard nothing but … More Trippin’ to Texas
I had hoped to return from NC to a warm Mid-Atlantic spring, but instead the snowflakes are sticking to the ground. My state of weather confusion is topped only by our daffodils, who exposed themselves in February only to be shamed back into their robes first by March, and then again by April. As an … More Less Freeze, More Trees (Camping Plans!)
It’s almost time to revisit Asheville, NC … More Asheville: We’re Coming Back!
I’ve never been so confused about travel-planning, so this is just me trying to work it out on my blog. Here are the competing factors that are impacting our 2018 plans: Lack of vacation days. We moved a couple of years back, and in finding a new job I took a major hit on available … More Overanalyzing 2018’s Plans
NYC in January! Isn’t that everyone’s favorite time to visit? No? Well, that’s our plan, even if it was’t the original plan. My unfortunate stumble when buying concert tickets ultimately resulted in NYC show tickets rather than Vegas, but it’s no matter. I have visited New York only once, when I was a poor college … More Winter Wander-land: NYC, NY
Sometimes a destination just speaks to you. In December, at the end of a challenging year that still had obstacles to tackle, my husband sent me a link, a simple google image search of “Sayulita.” I still don’t know from where he heard of this Pacific Coast town in Mexico, but its pictures danced with rhythmic colors, and … More Sayulita Says…