My road trips


Spring Wine Tour in Niagara Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ont

Visit to a Cidery in Beautiful Picton Prince Edward County, Ont

On the Set of the Food Network’s ‘You Gotta Eat Here’ Ottawa, Ont

Christmas in the Yukon AND Florida (with the same weather)- Whitehorse, Yukon   

Yukon Land of the Midnight Sun Whitehorse, Yukon

Kayak Adventure in the Yukon, Whitehorse, Yukon

My Family’s First Big Road Trip Okanagan Valley, BC

First Visit to the Island and Stormy Ferry Ride Cavendish, PEI 

I’ve arrived in Canada’s beautiful island province Charlottetown & Point Prim, PEI

Sun, Beaches and Scenery Point Prim, PEI

Tour of a Century-Old Lighthouse Point Prim, PEI   

 Green Christmas & Holiday Road Trip Ottawa/Kingston, Ont  

 It’s Leaf-Peepin’ Season in the Nation’s Capital Ottawa, Ont


Christmas on the East Coast-Day 1 Providence, Rhode Island  

Christmas on the East Coast-Day 2  Mystic, Connecticut 

Christmas on the East Coast Day 2 Cont’d Willimantic, Connecticut

Christmas on the East Coast-Day 3  Hartford, Connecticut, Rhode Island  

Halloween in the Witch City  Salem, Massachusetts  

Touring an Underground Cave: Virginia 

Day at the Races: Home of Kentucky Derby Louisville, Kentucky

 The Birthplace of the Blues Memphis, Tennessee

Roaming the Famous Beale Street Memphis, Tennessee

A Tour of Sun Studios Memphis, Tennessee

I Spent the Night at Graceland Memphis, Tennessee

Arriving in Nashville! Nashville, Tennessee

A Visit to the Ryman-Home of Grand Ol’ Opry Nashville, Tennessee

Dinner at the local…Drug Store? Franklin, Tennessee

The Belle Meade Plantation & Winery Nashville, Tennessee

Arriving in the Big Easy New Orleans, Louisiana

Coffee and Beignets  New Orleans, Louisiana

This Place Really Rocks! Sedona, Arizona

Hiking the Arches in Utah  Moab, Utah 

Christmas in Florida and the Yukon–with the same weather! Whitehorse, Yukon & Orlando, Florida

The Golden Gate Bridge & Football:  San Francisco, California

United Kingdom

 Heading to Scotland: Train Ride from Northern Wales to Edinburgh, Scotland (Part 1)

Roaming a Medieval Town: Edinburgh, Scotland (Part 2)

I’m in a Castle, on a Volcano!: Edinburgh, Scotland (Part 3)

Time Travel: Touring a Medieval Castle in Wales


5 thoughts on “My road trips

  1. I really like this overview so that one can choose the countries or parts of them one is most interested in ;). Do you always update it? I thought about doing something similar, as my blog has become quite crowded with all different kinds of topics. How did you do it? Working with categories?

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    • Hey thanks Nufafitc! I’m actually playing around with it to try to keep it organized so my visitors folks can search for places I’ve been or if they want to read an older story. I know what you mean, if you cover different topics especially it can be hard to make your site easy to navigate, and for people to go through your older posts, too. I’m still learning but at least this is a good list of what’s on my site so far. I haven’t really done much with categories, mostly because –until recently–it’s been all travel haha! I’m trying to update each time I add a new post, but I’m usually behind. If you find out a good system, let me know 😀 Your blog is fairly easy to look around and see older stuff etc, if that helps.

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      • Ah, thanks! My website structure works with categories, so all the stuff you can click on at the top of it are actually categories. It helped in a way, but I’m still not so happy with the result. That’s why I tried to make alphabetical lists with the 2015 overviews. Sometimes it’s difficult to decide which belongs to which category. But it’s great that you can find your way through the articles ;).
        But I’ll let you know if I find any system, will probably write about it ;).

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      • I think the categories are great, I’ve been thinking about adding some to my blog finally…though I don’t have many other topics, I could divide them into main places anyway. ..and food/recipes, too. Yours is very well organized, and the lists and overviews really help too. Now that I’m getting my blog more established and I have more followers (YAY!) I am doing some upgrading an changing. Learning more wordpress tricks as I go…it’s definitely a learning process! 😀

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      • Absolutely, the more topics you cover the more complicated it gets, but also the more interesting ;). Learning by doing is always great, even if it can be quite time consuming. Maybe I’ll write about some blogging advice and WordPress in general :).
        Thanks for liking my organized lists and overviews. I still try to figure out how to get an updated overview like you do, so that one doesn’t have to use these lists, just like a real website.

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