- Just Get Me On The PlaneWe leave today. Too crazed to think, I mean write. Nathan’s great quote in the car on the way to the airport about our impending departure on our second around the world trip: “I think two times in my life Posted by TooMuchLuggage in Another Circular Family Adventure | Mar 20, 2016
- Packing List OverloadOkay, this is a little out of control. Layering on so many trips within the trip seemed like a good idea, but the packing is crazy. We’re packing for New Zealand and beyond, there is a separate bag for India Posted by TooMuchLuggage in Another Circular Family Adventure | Mar 18, 2016
- Pre-Trip ThoughtsI travel away from home a lot. Something is different this time and I think it’s tied both to the length of time we’ll be away as well as the fact we’ll be roaming across so much of the world. Posted by TooMuchLuggage in Another Circular Family Adventure | Mar 16, 2016
- Comin' Round The MountainWe had to get up early to join an organised tour of Yosemite National Park. We thought this would be better, and easier, than trying to find our way round ourselves. It was. Marsha, the driver, was Posted by Tim Wettone in USA 2016 | Jun 13, 2016
- Treats On A Camping Trip6:30 am came early, too early, with a wake-up call via a knock on the door. I threw on my robe and there was the host. “You can’t camp on the road” and “you didn’t pay”. Yes, we are fully Posted by Miss Chris in Grandma on The Go | Jun 14, 2016
- Deer in the headlightsWe had a relatively short journey today to Yosemite so, before leaving Sequoia National Park, we decided to return to Crescent Meadow, where we saw a bear before, to see if we could spot another one. We started on Posted by Tim Wettone in USA 2016 | Jun 12, 2016
- Day 19: A Joy Ride Through Washington's Temperate Rainforest
I can be a bit grumpy when I wake up early (especially if a tad hungover), but luckily Christian had adventured into the city while the rest of the house was still asleep to grab coffee Posted by aswoger in Improvised Wanderlust | Jun 13, 2016
- Leaving for Iceland on ThursdayI'll be writing a simple blog as I travel through Iceland in for three weeks in July. Many friends have asked if I was going to "do a blog." Way back in 2005 I kept up a webpage of travels Posted by Windy West in Iceland 2016 | Jun 13, 2016
- River Deep Mountain HighToday, we took the second of our arranged tours with Paul, this time to Kings Canyon National Park, which is close to Sequoia National Park. Surprisingly, it is not at all well known despite being a deeper canyon than Posted by Tim Wettone in USA 2016 | Jun 11, 2016
- Day 18: Perusing Pike Place & Reaching New HeightsToday we made sure to wake up early (despite our late night) and groggily ventured back into Seattle to explore the Pike Place Market, one of the largest farmer's markets in the United States.
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- The Bear Necessities (sic)We had a free day today in the Park so, after taking some advice, we set off for what was claimed to be a leisurely 1.7 mile stroll to see the Topakah Falls. It took us 1.5 hours! Posted by Tim Wettone in USA 2016 | Jun 10, 2016
- Shadows and Tall TreesU2! Today, we went on a half day guided tour of the National Park with Paul, a really nice man who has worked in the Park for over 25 years and knows everything ( in a nice way). Posted by Tim Wettone in USA 2016 | Jun 9, 2016
- In the middle of nowhere Dusty Springfield sang this right after staying in Sequoia National Park where she couldn't get a telephone line (it was before the Internet)!
Hopefully, normal service has been resumed after a frustrating 4 nights in that National Park. However, the Posted by Tim Wettone in USA 2016 | Jun 8, 2016
- Von Las Vegas bis Sacramento...So da waren wir nun in Las Vegas und befanden uns nun nach knapp drei Wochen des Campens und der Ruhe der Natur in der pulsierenden und überwältigenden Spielhölle der USA. Auf dem Weg von Zion nach Las Vegas haben Posted by AngieAndMichi in Angie and Michael on tour | Jun 13, 2016
- Summer Plans RevisedWe had quite a summer planned, and as usual, life got in the way. We’d planned for Dale to backpack across the Sierra with two of our boys and 3 of the grandkids, plus an adopted boy and his son. Posted by Miss Chris in Grandma on The Go | Jun 13, 2016
- College Football Trip, 2014In the 5th annual College Football Trip, we went to an Ohio State-Virginia Tech game in Columbus, OH. VaTech won the game which ended up being OSU's only loss of the season on their way to a National Championship.
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- Julie's trip with the boy's downtownIn late July, 2014 Julie and the boys took their bikes on the train to downtown Chicago, where they hung out at the beach, rode the lakefront, and visited Maggie Daley Park, as well as the "Bean"!
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- Kenny's 40th Birthday in St. LouisOn July 4, 2014, we had a great trip to St. Louis for Kenny's 40th birthday party, as well as to take in a Cardinal game and some fireworks. Included in the trip was a visit to the ER Posted by WatermanBlog in Waterman Blog | Jun 12, 2016
- Memorial Day Weekend in MichiganDuring Memorial Day Weekend in 2014, we rented a house in New Buffalo, MI with the Mitchell's and the Patel's. The house was 2 blocks from Lake Michigan and it had a pool and hot tub!
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- Spring Break, 2014 in Gulf Shores, ALDuring Spring Break, 2014, we travelled to Gulf Shores, AL for a week on the beach! Besides swimming in the ocean, we also found a great pier to fish off of, although we didn't catch anything!
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- Birthday celebrations in TombstoneIt’s Sam birthday. So we planned for an easy day and kept the Mexican border formalities for the next day…
After a nice omelette in the morning Sam and Max explored the playground. As it had only little to offer, Posted by dreiumdiewelt in Our travel stories from around the world | Jun 12, 2016
- Day 17: Sanders in Seattle and Adventuring in Capitol Hill
Today was the Bernie Sanders rally in Seattle and we were excited to be a part of the once-in-a-lifetime experience of watching a social democrat and presidential hopeful Posted by aswoger in Improvised Wanderlust | Jun 11, 2016
- Day 16: The Quiet Side of Portland and Onwards to Seattle
This morning I had a pang of regret as we checked out of the beautiful Hotel de Luxe, I’d definitely be happy staying there another few nights (or the rest of my life). We decided since Posted by aswoger in Improvised Wanderlust | Jun 11, 2016
- Day 15: "Keep Portland Weird," a Day Exploring Portlandia We woke up by late morning and started off on an adventure to find the strangest food we could for brunch in the city where nothing is normal. We ended up on a street filled with food carts for a Posted by aswoger in Improvised Wanderlust | Jun 11, 2016
- Day 14: A Solo 20+hr Adventure All the Way Up the West Coast
Aaron works at a school an hour’s commute from his house, so he wakes up at 6am to get there on time. That meant today, I had to wake up at 6am. I'm not a morning person. Posted by aswoger in Improvised Wanderlust | Jun 11, 2016