It’s a little odd to post something like this during a lull in my blogging, but I like to keep my readers informed when I will be away from the internet for a bit (as much as you can realistically be “away” these days.) Anyway, this post is to announce that this blog will be dormant—I mean even more dormant—for the next month or so. Why? Well…
Kari-Lise and I are taking our second trip to Scotland! (Our first visit was in 2017. You can read about our experience here.) This trip is long overdue. It was supposed to be for my 40th birthday, but COVID did its thing, and everything was delayed and then delayed some more. But no more. It’s happening. Finally. We’re planning to visit some favorite places (Edinburgh and Islay) and hit up some new spots (Orkney) and generally get lost in the solitude of the open country. We’re really looking forward to it and it should be a good time.
We will be gone most of April, so my current plan is to resume blogging in May. I expect to be writing quite a bit while in Scotland, so I hope to have lots to share upon our return. While away, I’ll almost certainly post to Instagram, so I recommend following me if you’re interested in my travels. And as always, expect a trip report upon my return.
If you’re looking for something to read or explore in the interim, here are a few suggestions:
- Read a Raunch Review
- Explore an “Old Haunt”
- Solve the mystery of the Green Sunrise Shore
- Check out my Free Fantasy Map Resources
- Study the Cartography of the Known Territories
- Your Fave is Problematic—That’s Okay
- Riverboats at War
- A Riverboat’s Demise
- How Passenger Airships Worked
- Hunting The Yellow Sign
For more travel-related photos, previous trips, and trip reports check out:
- Trip Report – Santa Fe
- Trip Report – Hawaii
- Trip Report – Amsterdam
- Trip Report – New England
- Trip Report – Whidbey
- Trip Report – Scotland (2017)
- Trip Report – California’s National Parks
- Glimpse of Otter Falls
- Exploring Tahoma & Sun-a-do
- Trails of the Broken Road
Mar sin leat, and see y’all when we return!
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