If We Could Only Read One of Your Posts … Which One?

As part of our “I Love Your Blog” series, we asked if you had a post that you wished people would read. We shared two of ours, and plenty of you had a special post up your sleeves. From Cairo to Quito, Nordkapp to Volubilis, you fed our wanderlust. With scenes from Bali and Burning Man, you captured the exotic. And when celebrating birth or coping with aging parents, you took us with you – with a generous dollop of humor. So, your wish is our command. Enjoy!

And we’d love for you to come in through our front door.

  • Lynn @ Life After 50 – “This is a piece I wrote in 2015. It was written at a time when I was knee deep in experiencing the challenges of dealing with aging parents. It inspired me to write this piece.”  Note to Self – A Guide to Self Preservation in my Senior Years
  • Regine @ My Voice My Journey – “My favorite post is The Gift of Friendship. Published on the day I launched my blog.” The Gift of Friendship
  • Jo @ RestlessJo – “I wrote a series on my Greek adventures going back almost 30 years. This is the last of them.” A Tale or Two: Crete
  • Amit @ Healing Pilgrim – Offers up a delicious glimpse into life in Bali. “Here’s one that I remember, because it was the two of you who had inspired the post!” Parade of Sanggah Penjours

  • Laura @ The Wandering RVer – “In case anyone needs a laugh, my post about our drive through safari fits the bill.” A Camel’s Tale
  • Rusha @ Oh, the Places We See – “We went to Volubilis expecting to see (and we did) beautiful ruins, but we stood still for at least half an hour staring at a mother stork and her little ones.” Staring at storks on summer’s day in Volubilis, Morocco
  • John & Susan @ Latitude Adjustment – If you’re ever wondered about life in Colombia, “Here is our most popular and most viewed post.” A Barrio Transformation in Medellin
  • Anne @ The Platinum Line – “I invite you to a post from last year when we were free to go to museums and join a walking group. Coombe Down and the history of bath stone.” Coombe Down and the story of Bath Stone

  • Gilda @ Traveller Interrupted –  “This is a post I treasure. Brian and I had been dreaming for years about driving to the furthest point you can drive to in mainland Europe…Nordkapp in Norway. Arriving and spending the night there was a ‘pinch me’ moment I shall never forget.” Nordkapp At Last, But Where’s The Midnight Sun?
  • Andre @ My Blog – solaner – “When you’re willing to pick up my hat, I‘d throw this post in the ring.” Here’s your chance to be transported to the Isle of Skye. I’m Back
  • Beth @ Wandering Dawgs – “I started Wandering Dawgs for friends and family to follow us on our RV journey to Alaska.”  Favorite Alaska Memories and Favorite Alaska and Canada Wildlife Photos

  • Liesbet @ Roaming About – “So, I went through my Roaming About archives (phew, five years of blogging here created a lot of posts and memories!) and I reduced my selection of a ‘good representation of us as frugal nomads to two posts.” S is for Sailboat and The Value of One Dollar
  • Jean @ Cycle Write Blog – Jean has mastered the art of creating infographics. Crafting My Personal Blogger Infographic and Bike Touring: Some Life Tips
  • Chris @ The World With Chris and Sarah – “Happy to throw a contribution of my own into the mix.” Bill
  • Yvonne @ Hello World – “One of the many finds I stumbled across in Venice features in these 2 posts. I was so intrigued by the story, and then to be able to see the actual column of infamy made me very happy.” You were a very naughty boy, Bajamonte. “My persistence paid off, and this post describes being escorted into the bowels of the Ducal Palace to view the column.” A couple of updates. “I have since read that there were moves afoot to replace what is left of the column into its original site.”

  • Susan @ One Small Walk … after another – “Here’s one favorite, a tribute to a place I lived for a bit of time.” Walking Kherson, Ukraine
  • Suzanne @ Life at No. 22 – Get ready for a delightful trip to Taranaki, “named after Mt Taranaki, the 2,518m stratovolcano that dominates the region, nestled quietly away on the west coast of New Zealand’s North Island.” It’s Summer – Let’s go for a Roadie to Taranaki
  • Sue @ Travel Tales of Life – “My fave is just from last year and has nothing to do with travel, just high adrenaline adventure.” 🙂 Grandma In The Delivery Room – Gigi Goes On An Adventure  Upon reflection, Sue added, ” I realize most people would cringe at the idea of being in a delivery room … This post, written after sitting at the top of Victoria Falls, in the water, was the riskiest thing we have done. Not exactly wise and definitely not covered under the life insurance policy.” Angel’s Pool – Living on the Edge at Victoria Falls
  • Peta & Ben @ Empty Nesters on a Green Global Trek – “We have come to think of living in a place as being more of a state of mind.” They had no plans to move out of Pushkar, and rented a place overlooking the Sacred Lake. Right in the thick of things! Living in the Sacred City of Pushkar, India
  • Anita @ 100 Country Trek – “So happy to take part in this idea and that you found me and I found you.” She’s taking us to Castillo San Felipe in Cartagena, Colombia.

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Many thanks to all of you who volunteered posts. And it’s not too late if you’d like to chime in, too. What post do you have buried in your Archives that you really wish people would discover? Just let us know in the comments. We’d love to read it!

Peace,
Terri & James

Photo Credits: 1. Camille Brodard  2. Mariam Soliman  3. Roxanne Desgagnés 4. Joel Rohland  5. Bobby Burch   6. Natchaya Shw

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  1. This is a wonderful, kind, thoughtful, generous concept Terri and James! I follow and LOVE a few of the bloggers on your list. I have been blogging only close to two years so I have missed a few of their earlier posts. It is nice to meet new bloggers. I have a few posts close to my heart (as we all do). One that changed the direction of my life I call “The Sliding Doors” post. I think it resonates with many people and it was published in a Yukon Lifestyle Magazine. I am bookmarking this post so I can take my time reading all of the posts. Thank you for a great idea.🙂https://behindthesceneryphoto.com/2018/11/17/sliding-doors-do-you-ever-wonder-how-your-life-would-be-different-now-if-you-had-taken-the-other-door/

    1. Hi Erica, and welcome! We’re so glad that you’re here. We are really privileged to be part of this community that loves to share. Some folks have been here for several years and others are brand new. And we all know that we’ve missed posts that writers poured their hearts and souls into. We want those posts to see the light of day and be appreciated.

      I’ve included your post up above in the article and I can’t wait to read it. Just the title alone makes me want to dig in. Thanks so much for contributing to this great community. 🙂 All the best, Terri

      1. Terri, Thank you for making me feel welcome at your party. 🙂 Your kindness creates a ripple effect in this community and in this world. I look forward to getting to know the people new to me and learning more about my blogging friends.❤️

      2. Erica, I think that having a wonderful blogging community has been a real saving grace during this Pandemic. Knowing that I can talk with someone around the world with a few keystrokes is empowering. And making new friends – the BEST! ❤ ~Terri

  2. There must be a great few hours of reading in here. I’ve got a coffee so I shall make a start. 🙂 🙂 Thanks so much for this, Terri and James. It’s a really nice idea. Have a good weekend!

    1. Hi Jo, It’s really been fun this week reading all the posts that people have been finding in their archives – yours included! Enjoy your coffee and thanks so much for introducing us to Crete. 🙂 ~Terri

      1. Funnily enough a friend here has just gone to stay in Chania for the next couple of months. One of the first flights out of the Algarve. Must be something I said! 😕💕

  3. Thank you for including me. I am certainly going to be doing some armchair travelling tonight.

    1. It was our pleasure, Anne. Thanks for expanding my knowledge and introducing me to another side of a fascinating city. Enjoy your armchair travels – you’re in for a treat. 🙂 ~Terri

    1. Thanks so much for your kind words, Chris. We are so happy to be part of this blogging community that encourages and celebrates each other. And discovering hidden gems in another blogger’s archives is just too good to keep to ourselves.

      I’ve included your post up above in the article and I can’t wait to read it. Your title has definitely piqued my curiosity. Thanks so much for contributing to this great community. 🙂 All the best, Terri

  4. James and Terri, you are amazing and generous. You have gathered a great collection of inspiring articles. I will be reading them all for the next few days. Thank you so much 🙂

    1. Many thanks, Gilda! And THANK YOU so much for introducing us to Nordkapp. You know you’ve stirred a whole potful of wanderlust over here at Gallivance. And we were doing so well – we thought we had the craving under control. 🙂 Now there are maps and brochures all over the table again!

      I hope you enjoy all the great reading ahead – and that you and Brian are staying safe and healthy. ~Terri

  5. Like Erika above, I am bookmarking this post in order to take better advantage of it.
    I have many of my own that I particularly enjoyed writing at the time, but cannot find one that fits your definition that I particularly would like others to read.
    I review my own rules in https://ralietravels.wordpress.com/rules-for-lifes-journey/ frequently and it seems to resonate with many people.
    My most popular post by a long shot is about the Lincoln Memorial https://ralietravels.wordpress.com/2017/06/02/the-cave-under-the-lincoln-memorial-washington-d-c/

    1. Hi Ray, Thanks for taking a look at your posts. I’ve included it up above in the article and I can’t wait to read it. Your timing is perfect for the 4th of July holiday. Thanks so much for contributing to this great community. 🙂 Happy July 4th to you and Alie. ~Terri

  6. Such generosity.. and I’m so honoured (and moved) that you included me in your list, Terri & James! But also.. what a thrill to have this list of extraordinarily-wide-ranging blog posts… which will no doubt keep me smiling and learning for a few days. So far, I loved the Alaskan journey and the camel tales. What a world we live in… I’m in deeply grateful to you both, continuing as you do to share your love and joy of adventure with this community, and for that.. hallelujah and terima kasih (Indonesian for thank you)!

    1. Aww Amit, you are too kind. And terima kasih to you, too, for sharing a peek into your exotic life in Bali. I always wonder what it must be like to wake up every day in such a glorious place. Seeing it through your eyes is almost as good as being there.

      Being part of this nurturing blogging community is a joy for us. Sharing posts from all you talented people makes it even better. 🙂 ~Terri

  7. I am so incredibly honoured to be included in a list of such amazing writing & storytelling. James & Terri, I have no doubt this was a tremendous work on your part but I absolutely love finding new & interesting people to connect with in our community. I shall be visiting some front doors over the weekend, propably tucked on my patio with a glass of wine😉💕

    1. The pleasure is totally ours, Lynn. James and I both read it and loved it. We printed up a copy to keep on our bulletin board (just in case we’re trying to remember the date … or who the President is). And of course you know that our favorite is #11.

      Thanks so much for sharing your excellent post and encouraging this great community of bloggers. Happy reading and sipping this weekend. 🙂 ~Terri

  8. Thanks so much for sharing these links to these interesting blogs. It’s always fun to find new blogs to read. I am honored that you included Wanderingdawgs in this list. Thank you! If I had known the link would be shared with others I would have found a more interesting post!

    1. Hi Beth. You’re very welcome. I’m so glad you introduced us to your blog and trip to Alaska. If you would like to feature a different post, just let me know and I will swap them out for you. Post it here and I’ll take care of it. Thanks again. 🙂 ~Terri

      1. I just read both of your posts, Beth. Wow, you two did it all. 🙂 Your photos are gorgeous! I was going to comment, but your comments are closed, so I had to settle for a “Like.” Thanks so much for sharing them. ~Terri

    1. I agree, Darlene, we sure are lucky to be a part of such an amazing blog community. I’ve included your post up above in the article and I can’t wait to read it. Since the words “Spain” and “parade” are two of my favorites, I’m intrigued. Thanks so much for contributing to this great community. 🙂 All the best, Terri

  9. Wow, I’m honoured to have 2 links featured. Mine aren’t exactly typical. What I really would have loved to do is actually paint on-site. But no, too much equipment/weight and I’m lazy.

    1. Hi Jean, we love things that aren’t “exactly typical.” That’s where all the good stuff is. 🙂 Thanks again for introducing me to the wonderful world of infographics. And knowing you and your resourcefulness, I’m thinking that “paint on-site” may be next. 🙂 ~Terri

  10. It is so generous of you to share these links and many thanks for including mine. I recognize many of the bloggers here and look forward to having a look at their choices. As I reflected on which post to choose, I realize most people would cringe at the idea of being in a delivery room. So perhaps it would be this post instead, not that you need to change it. This post, written after sitting at the top of Victoria Falls, in the water, was the riskiest thing we have done. Not exactly wise and definitely not covered under the life insurance policy. https://traveltalesoflife.com/angels-pool-victoria-falls/

    1. Sue, it was our pleasure, I absolutely LOVE your delivery room post, and would like to leave it in if it’s ok with you. I just added your Angel Falls post up above in the article and I can’t wait to read it. Knowing you two and your daredevil ways, I know I’ll enjoy it. Thanks so much for contributing to this great community. 🙂 ~Terri

      1. That’s absolutely fine Terri. I just wasn’t sure after thinking about it if it was really what you might be looking for. Thank you for adding the other. It’s the only time I really felt we were over our heads. 🙂

      2. Terri in this instance amazing seems very close to complete lack of common sense. It makes for a good story after the fact. Thankfully we are alive to tell it. 🙂

  11. I’d like to share a post I did from our trip to Greece. It’s called Knossos by swo8 Blues Jazz from the album Efharisto in iTunes :https://youtu.be/00BvRDNLd8c

    There are others such as the music videos I did of Brazil in an album called Manaus Where the Two River’s Meet. Then there are videos I did of India. Then there are videos of Tunisia and India. I started an album of China.
    Leslie

    1. Hi Leslie, you have definitely been busy – both traveling and creating! I’ve included your post up above in the article and I can’t wait to check it out. Knossos is one of the islands I missed so I’m looking forward to it. Thanks so much for contributing to this great blogging community. 🙂 ~Terri

      1. Leslie, I just watched your video on Knossos. I love the music, and that North Entrance to the Palace is so striking and unique. Great approach to put the scenes to music! Thanks. ~Terri

  12. Thank you Terri and James for including me. It’s fun to read new travel blogs so I’ll visit those on your list. I’ve followed a few of them. I keep track of my travel posts here https://natalietheexplorer.home.blog/travel/ in case readers want to read about destinations other than Ecuador. Most of them were on Blogger as I just switched to WordPress about a year ago. Have a wonderful weekend and happy July 4th to you!

    1. You’re very welcome, Natalie. And thanks for sharing your great post on Ecuador – a place that has long been on our wishlist. I’m so glad you could take your trip before the Pandemic shut things down. So, what’s the next destination on your wishlist when you’re able to travel again? Happy July 4th to you, too! ~Terri

  13. These stories are wonderful! I can’t stop reading them. I cannot bring you on a tour with me to an exotic place in Africa, but I can invite you to explore places in my mind that sometimes surprise even me. One of my favorite things to do is connecting seemingly unrelated topics. Here is what I have learned from viruses about communication (https://gudelska.com/2020/05/12/lean-management-goes-viral/). Despite the title, you need no knowledge of Lean Management to understand it; it is accessible to anyone.

    Thank you, Terri, for inviting me to share my story, even though it does not fit into the frame of conventional tour. It seems that your love for adventure and years of travel have taught you to look beyond traditional boundaries. What a gift! 🙂

    Thanks again,
    Ramonka

    1. I’m so glad that you’re enjoying them, Ramonka. And I’m thrilled that you’ve shared a post you’d like for people to read. I told you this is a creative crowd – and I know they’ll be fascinated by your creative thinking linking viruses and lean management. And to get everyone started, could you please share your definition of “lean management.” Thanks.

      I’ve included your post up above in the article and I can’t wait to read it. I’m fascinated by how these two interesting topics are connected. Thanks so much for contributing to this great community. 🙂 All the best, Terri

      1. Thank you, Terri! 🙂

        First, I’d like to say that the lean management part of my article is minimal. The lean terms represent concepts and stories one would like to share with another being. In essence, the article is depicting the steps that a virus takes to infect a person, and shows how these same stapes could be used by an individual to effectively connect with others.

        Lean management is a system based on the principles of continuous improvement and respect for humanity, with a strong focus on eliminating waste. It aims to create a cultural shift from perpetuating status quo statements, “We’ve always done it this way!” to problem solving inquiry, “What is the best way to approach this?”, followed by action.

        If, for example, Mr. Waste gets to throw away many leftovers at end of each week, the best course of action would be to identify the underlying cause of it and fix it. This may be reconsidering purchasing habits, finding a way of using up all the food, etc. Any improvement that brings Mr. Waste to the ideal “zero waste” state, without hurting anyone in the process, is worth taking.

        Another example of lean thinking is what you and James did in a face of the pandemic. Travelling constraints could have, at least temporarily, affect your ability to share new content but you found another way to stay in the loop! Congrats! 😉

      2. What a fabulous explanation of lean management, Ramonka!!! Your real-life, down-to-earth examples are so perfect and really fit our personal goal of simplifying life. I applaud you and your creative thinking … and I know that everyone else will, too! Thanks so much. ~Terri

      3. Ramonka, I just read your post. What creative thinking! An excellent, out-of-the-box approach. Thanks for expanding my brain, and for contributing to this great community. 🙂 ~Terri

    1. Hi Suzanne, and Welcome! I’m so glad that you stopped by. It’s great that you already know many of the bloggers – and I hope you’ll discover some new ones.

      I’ve included your post up above in the article and I can’t wait to read it. I’m always up for a roadie, and yours guarantees to be fun. 🙂 Thanks so much for contributing to this great community. All the best, Terri

      1. Suzanne, I just read your post. What a delight! And Taranaki is definitely going on my list for when I return to New Zealand. 🙂 Thanks again for sharing it with us. ~Terri

  14. We really love this idea of a collaborative of everyone’s favorite post. At first I was thinking, damn I missed this one and would have loved to contribute to it, but was pleased to read at the end that you are still taking contributions… Yay. Hard to choose one, but here is our choice from our blog:

    http://www.greenglobaltrek.com/2014/11/living-in-the-sacred-city-of-pushkar-india.html

    Looking forward to reading some of these posts, especially those blogs that are new to us.

    Peta/Ben

    1. Oh Peta and Ben, we think alike. I’ve been meaning to congratulate you on your new home. How are you settling in? You certainly have landed in another idyllic place to wait out the Pandemic. 🙂

      And thanks so much for your kind words. There are so many wonderful posts that people have buried in their archives – guaranteed to show us another side of people we thought we knew. And you two are the perfect example – I didn’t know you lived in Pushkar. How fascinating.

      I’ve included your post up above in the article and I can’t wait to read it. Thanks so much for contributing to this great community. 🙂 All the best, Terri

      1. Ben and Peta, I just read your post. What a fabulous introduction to Pushkar. Although we’ve spent time roaming around India, we didn’t make it to Pushkar – so thanks for taking us there. All the best, Terri

    1. Many thanks, Kathy. It’s always fun to search around in your archives for hidden gems. And you’ve always had the wonderful knack of finding great destinations. I know that several of your posts have inspired our itineraries.

      I’m so glad you chose your Petra post. I’ve included it up above in the article and I can’t wait to read it. 🙂 Thanks so much for contributing to this great community. All the best, Terri

    1. Welcome Régine, it’s great to meet you. I’m so glad you’re here. Thanks so much for your kind words. We all remember what it’s like to be a new blogger, and you’ll find lots of fun, helpful, and supportive people here. To start – I love the title of your blog. It just makes me want to dig in! 🙂

      I’ve included your post up above in the article and I can’t wait to read it. Your title is so inviting and I know it will appeal to all who visit. Thanks so much for contributing to this great community. I hope to see you again. 🙂 All the best, Terri

      1. Thank you so much for the words of encouragement and hope. Have a wonderful day! I will keep in touch.

      2. I just read your post, Régine. I love it! The friendships we forge in our teens are amazingly strong and everlasting. I giggled at, “It was love and mischief at first sight.” And your writing style is so positive and engaging. I’m so glad that you reached out to say hello. You made my day! ~Terri

  15. What an absolutely smashing idea! I’ve got this post pinned to my desktop and I just know the stories will help while away some of this viral slow-down time.

    Thank you!

    1. Hi Yvonne, and Thanks so much! I was wondering, do you have a post buried in your archives that you would like to share? Great to hear from you! 🙂 Stay safe and healthy. ~Terri

      1. I am about to clamber into my cozy bed, but I’ll have a look tomorrow, Terri.

        Our state (Victoria) has had an upsurge in number of Covid 19 cases centred in our capital city. It’s not a good situation.

    1. It’s wonderful to hear from you, Andre. I’m glad you like the idea. It’s been fun seeing so many interesting posts from people. We just visited the Isle of Skye last autumn and, like you, we were transfixed by its beauty.

      I’ve included your post up above in the article and I can’t wait to read it. Your photography is always exceptional. Thanks so much for contributing to this great community. 🙂 All the best, Terri

      1. I just read your post, Andre. What a truly gorgeous photo! You really captured the essence of the light on the Isle of Skye. Thanks so much for sharing this post with everyone. I know they’re going to love it, too. ~Terri

  16. James and Terri – well, you’ve certainly made my reading list for the day 😉 It’s such a wonderland of blogs out there, and an amazing treasure to have at our fingertips. Thanks for thinking up this great idea – Susan

    1. Thanks so much, Susan! I love your use of “treasure trove.” I’m glad to see so many people mining gold in their archives. I was wondering, do you have a post buried in your archives that you would like to share? Great to hear from you! 🙂 Stay safe and healthy. ~Terri

      1. That’s wonderful, Susan! Thanks so much for digging through your Archives to find a post to share. I didn’t know you lived in Ukraine! How cool (probably literally).

        I’ve included your post up above in the article and I can’t wait to read it. Although I’ve been to Kyiv, I had to get the map out to find Kherson, down near the Black Sea. What an intriguing area that I have not (yet) explored. Thanks so much for contributing to this great community. 🙂 All the best, Terri

      2. Ahh, getting out maps is something I adore. Kherson is a bit off most people’s radar, so that alone makes it an intriguing place. Even Kyiv is an exotic choice! I’ll be checking back to read your ever-growing list of favorite blogs!

      3. Susan, I just read your post. Wow, your time in Ukraine must have been fascinating – what an interesting place to be a teacher during that time. 🙂 Thanks for taking us on this illuminating walk, and sharing it with everyone. ~Terri

    1. That’s pretty cute, John and Susan! I don’t think I’ve ever been called that before. 🙂 I’ve included your post up above in the article and I can’t wait to read it. Your first photo alone had me totally hooked! Thanks so much for contributing to this great community. 🙂 All the best, Terri

      1. I just read your post, John and Susan. That IS an amazing transformation! The before and after pics are jaw-dropping. Thanks for this excellent perspective on Medellin. And thanks for sharing this post with everyone. I know they’re going to love it! 🙂 All the best, Terri

  17. Thank you for inviting me to contribute, Terri.

    One of the many finds I stumbled across in Venice features in these 2 posts. I was so intrigued by the story, and then to be able to see the actual column of infamy made me very happy. Venetian friends were a little jealous of my luck!

    The first post describes how I found out about this bad boy: https://ytaba36.wordpress.com/2014/02/17/you-were-a-very-naughty-boy-bajamonte/

    My persistence paid off, and this post describes being escorted into the bowels of the Ducal Palace to view the column: https://ytaba36.wordpress.com/2014/05/01/a-couple-of-updates/

    I have since read that there were moves afoot to replace what is left of the column into its original site.

    1. Hi Yvonne, I’m so glad you found some fun posts to share with us. I’ve included your posts up above in the article and I can’t wait to read them. Any post that starts with “You’ve been a very naughty boy” guarantees to be amusing. 🙂 Thanks so much for contributing to this great community. All the best, Terri

      1. I just read your posts, Yvonne. What a delicious mystery! And I can’t believe you tracked down the column. 🙂 Congrats. And thanks so much for sharing these posts with everyone. ~Terri

  18. What a wonderful collection of blog posts you have accumulated and shared here, Terri! You’ve been a busy bee reading, commenting, and connecting. Such a lovely virtual world we live in. And, let’s hope we can soon return to the actual world to explore as well. Thank you for including my two links. Have a fantastic week ahead!

    1. Liesbet, Thanks so much for sharing your posts. I really enjoyed learning more about your sailing life. And we are totally simpatico with you on the value of a dollar. The only way we were able to take control of our finances was by learning that lesson … over and over. 🙂

      So where are you two off to this week? ~Terri

      1. Terri, we are back at my in-laws in MA at the moment. Waiting for a couple of medical appointments and wrapping up our time here. Not sure about the future (are we ever?), but we do hope to hit the road again in August.

      2. I bet you have lovely summer weather up there where you are. It’s so hard to know at this point what August will bring, with some states locking down again. No matter what, I know you’ll stay safe and healthy. 🙂 Can’t wait to follow your exploits. Terri

  19. Thanks so much for including Oh, the Places We See in this list of very interesting posts! Your idea has helped me realize that I need to come in the front door myself more often. Little by little, I’m reading the posts you’ve tagged here. And every one has been a good one — telling as much about the writer as the places and people observed. Blogging opens our eyes and keeps us wondering what else in the world there is to see. Thanks for your part in helping us locate good work.

    1. It was totally our pleasure, Rusha. Your post about Volubilis and its storks made me smile. We’ve only encountered stork nests once in Colmar, France. We’d gone to see the town and admire the architecture, but in the end it was the storks we kept watching. 🙂

      I’m so glad you’re enjoying checking out the other posts. Your observations about them “telling as much about the writer as the places and people observed” is so true! Thanks again for sharing your post. ~Terri

  20. Wow, what a great line-up! I’ve already found other bloggers I need to follow and enjoy. Thank you for what must have been quite the task lining this up and thank you for including us. As you always say, Happy Trails!

    1. Hi Laura, it’s great that you found some new bloggers. That’s always fun.Thanks so much for sharing your Camel Post – I love it. And the photos really captured the day. And thanks too for the kind words. Are you guys on the move now? ~Terri

      1. Yes, we are at Crooked River SP in GA. Thinking about heading to your old stomping grounds tomorrow. We’ve already been to Jekyll Island, so we’re think of going to look for the tree carvings. And of course see the lighthouse again.

  21. So happy to take part in this idea and that you found me and I found you….. I updated my blog post…maybe I should have kept it as is….

    100countrytrek.com/2020/07/20/castillo-de-san-felipe-cartagena-colombia/

    1. Hi Anita, I’m so glad you found a fun post to share with us. I’ve included your post up above in the article and I can’t wait to read it. I haven’t been to Colombia -yet – so I’m really curious. 🙂 Thanks so much for contributing to this great community. All the best, Terri

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