Happy Weekend friends! I’m getting settled back in from my epic walk across England. I plan to start sharing stories next week, one per week for the next eight weeks or so.
One of the most fun things Diane and I did every day was make silly YouTube video updates. I put together a remix of them after she went home, as therapy for having to say goodbye. You can find it, as well as all the videos on my YouTube channel.
And finally, here are a few links I’ve found interesting/gorgeous/entertaining since getting home:
These photos make me want to visit Finland.
Everyone on the Coast to Coast told me that my boots were giving me blisters because they were too small, so now I really want these new boots. They were a trail fav for sure.
Books! I read a couple of books while walking. Enjoyed We Are Called To Rise. LOVED The Orphan Train. And of course, religiously read Wainwright’s original Coast to Coast, as well as the Trailblazer Guide.
Gearing up for a travel conference in Athens by reading Laurence’s tips for visiting Athens. I’m meeting my friend Sarabeth there at the end of October. (Exciting!)
That’s it for me. Hope your weekend is lovely! So far mine has been a lot of hanging out on the couch with kiddos, working on my computer while they play Minecraft or watching X-Men movies. They have one more week before their October holidays, so we’ll plan an adventure or two for then!
The coast-to-coast photos are gorgeous! Of course looking at them has kept me from doing stuff I need to be doing 🙂 but it was worth the time. I love the text in the last shot: “Vertical Scale Greatly Exaggerated.”
I would love to hear Diane’s take on the trip.
Thank you so much Suzy for looking at my photos! 🙂 So glad it was worth it!
I would love to get Diane to do a little “guest posting” on her perspective of the trip! Great thought! 🙂
Hi, Alison! You don’t know me from Adam, but I found your blog via a list of expat blogs and have been savoring your posts. And my favorite new thing is your series of coast-to-coast walk videos at facebook; I’ve even dragged my kids over to see them. We are moving from Missouri to Scotland next month (Lord willin’ and the creek don’t rise…aka if our visa applications get approved). Perhaps our paths will cross! Thanks for your great words and pictures!
Hi Lynn! Thanks so much for saying “hello!” I’m so thankful and super honored that you have been following along. I hope everything goes well for your move to Scotland. Keep me posted and don’t forget your rain gear! 😉
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