In 2017, I started off on a journey. A journey to discover the U.S., the world and, most of all to discover me. I tracked (most) of my journeys over on Rouge Tripping.
A new year, a new journey and a new car (a 2017 Nissan Pathfinder) later, I am off to do some Path Finding. Happy to have you along on the journey.
2019 is starting off in the Northeast (brrrrr!) while I am an Adjunct Professor at Drexel University. Thanks to the cold weather, there won’t be much site-seeing in January, but February is bringing a fun adventure to Disney World to run the Princess Half-Marathon. Then work and adventure travel starts in March with a trip to Washington, D.C.
By the way, check out the awesome new travel planning tool I discovered – Google My Maps. It lets you plot out a trip, including direction lines and the map automatically gets saved to your Google Drive. I plotted out my February trip to Florida and my big trip for the summer that includes driving old Route 66, side trips to Grand Canyon and Las Vegas, then on to Yellowstone, Mount Rushmore and Marfa, TX. The next few stops are to visit family and maybe a trip up to Camden, Maine to see my cousin’s new B&B. There is something wonderful about being able to plan a trip that schedules in plenty of work hours with site-seeing, photography, friend and family visiting, and discovering the beauty and quirkiness of this great country.
Glad to have you on my journey!
This is what Summer 2019 holds for my Pathfinder and I.
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Great post 😁