The end has finally come. I never planned for our Sabbatical to end this way. At the start of our travels, I said, “we can make the plans and God can change them.” Learn how we ended the Traveling Sabbatical from days 91-120 and what is next.
When you have to go, you have to go. I have used all of these restrooms and even nature or as my husband renamed it “toilet trees”. Here is my take on all these restrooms. Let’s Talk about Restrooms.
While on our traveling sabbatical we have encountered the best people. As you know, life is all about people. We have discovered that traveling is fun when you meet new people. Join us for part two of our People Stories Continued.
In our State to State travels we have met some great people. Gather around our table and we’ll tell you about some of these people stores we’ve encountered.
Days 61-90 seemed to be very different in our sabbatical after we left New Mexico and ventured on to Arizona and Utah. We’ll share how we traveled with the virus alert, and how we managed to practice social distancing during our traveling sabbatical.
As my husband planned our sabbatical travels, I thought “Really, we are going to spend over a week in New Mexico?” I knew nothing about the state and now I know that New Mexico is the Land of Enchantment. I’ll share my memorable visit with you and why you need to visit the state of New Mexico.
Since we last checked in about our travels, we ended at day 25. A few blogs have been written but I’m sharing the details in this blog. Here are how days 26-60 were spent on our traveling sabbatical.
Plan a vacation to a unique area with free things to do. I recommend a trip to Hot Springs and Little Rock, Arkansas. Learn travel tips for your vacation.
This Fall as we were telling our 80-year-old neighbor about our traveling sabbatical, she got very excited and said you need to stop in Laurel, Mississippi. She loves watching the show Home Town on HGTV. With that idea, we planned it into our travels for a day. At my table, I’m sharing how we spent our day visiting Laurel.
While traveling the Southern States on our sabbatical, we have discovered that we can see many places for free. At my table, I will tell you how you can see three cities in Tennessee for free or on a budget.