I was putting my passport away recently, and took a look at all of my passports and realized like souvenirs on the shelf, passports tell a story of our journeys in life.
And, just like that we were off again! We didn't plan to go to Utah this year, and we certainly didn't plan this trip to Seattle, but when an opportunity arose for both we jumped at them (well we packed our bags actually).
After two weeks and a few days we were in Frankfurt ready to come home. And we were ready. Unlike other vacations where we aren’t ready to come home, we were ready. We loved our trip and had a great time, but after 18 nights you start to miss your own bed. And you, well at least us, start to miss your own coffee!
We planned to visit Rothenberg ODT on our second day in Germany. We went to bed around 10 pm on our first night, and didn’t wake up until 10:30 am on the second day! Holy Cow! We slept over 12 hours. We missed breakfast – and we messed up our plans. After deciding we could … Continue reading A Visit to a Real-Life Fairy Tale Village – Rothenberg ob der Tauber
Before we started planning this trip the only thing we associated with Nuremberg were the WWII Nuremberg Trials. That is probably typical for many people and such a shame because we learned there is so much more to Nuremberg than its dark past.
The European adventure begins! We were off on our longest trip ever – and one we planned for over a year!
Check out our adventures as we hiked around Arches National Park!
We explored Canyonlands National Park and Dead Horse Point State Park in Utah -- see the view here!
Find out about our visit to Chip and Joanna Gaines' Magnolia Silos in Waco, Texas -- including the Bakery!
Last week we set off on what we thought was a one week trip to Utah. My husband had a tradeshow to attend in Salt Lake City for three days. During that time I would explore the city, write some blog posts, and relax. When the show was over we were going to set off … Continue reading Adventure Begins Where Plans End