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U - Utterly Unbelievable Scenes in Utah
Posted On 10/27/2015 21:53:20 by yourchoice
How many times have we heard people express their desire to walk on the moon, or imagine aloud what it would be like to visit another planet? It seems that in our lifetime we are getting closer to walking on planets that are further and further away. We may even be beginning to take the experience for granted. During the summer of 2008, we had such an experience, even though we had our feet firmly planted on our own terra firma. We were on a road trip from Western Canada to Branson, Missouri bec... Read More



T... Is for TRAVEL
Posted On 10/24/2015 01:09:26 by yourchoice
I'm finally back in "my groove", after a wonderful autumn road trip. Being that my next A to Z Challenge letter is 'T', I decided to share a bit of our travel experience on Vancouver Island. We first visitied the area on our honeymoon, only 53 years ago, and had returned once until this trip. Our granddaughter is attending U of Vic, so we were able to spend a couple of days with her. The gardens were in full autumn splendor, and with all the walking I did with our granddaughter, I can say that m... Read More



R - Remembering the Red Rocks
Posted On 10/01/2015 17:40:49 by yourchoice
Here comes another "Armchair Travel" episode. It has been rolling around in my head while I have been dealing with this summer's unusual routine; in and out of medical facilities, and other items on my "to-do" lists that didn't always include my computer. I will let my PHOTO STORY to tell you about...REMEMBERING THE RED ROCKSPlease click on the above title. I hope you enjoy it.... Read More



Q - It Was Quite a Trip
Posted On 09/25/2015 21:24:08 by yourchoice
We had long talked about venturing north in British Columbia to see some new country. I did know that a friend from my junior and senior High School lived in Quesnel, but hadn’t heard from her for years. We decided to head north, hoping we would be able to track down her and her husband, but if we weren’t successful, it should be an interesting trip.
We had the map of B.C. (paper in nature), and stopped at anything that look interesting along the way. We learned that we would travel on t... Read More



L - London, Lincoln and Licorice
Posted On 09/05/2015 00:25:29 by yourchoice
If you have visited my page in the past, you will have learned that I love to share our travel experiences, and call them “Armchair Travels”. It is what my father loved to do, sharing his travels with other residents in his Seniors' Apartment complex. Here is a “short form” of an Armchair Travels from me. Warning: some of the links are longer than a few minutes.We had never been to London before we learned that my husband had relatives in various locations in England. His father had immi... Read More



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