I am more than half way done!! I have updated the links so you can navigate around the pages more easily. Enjoy!
Slowly but surely, I will finish this report!
Day 5 has been posted. And some day I’ll figure out how to post a link directly to the page, and not have the intermediary click. Let me know if you have a solution please 🙂
I have been plodding along not-so-steadily on the Spanish trip. Days 2, 3 & 4 are now ready for your Monday distraction.
It has been a long time – too long – since I had anything to add to my site. Remember that sore thumb from my birthday ride last February? It turned out I had completely torn the ligament on my thumb! Surgery was required, as well as a very long healing process. To be honest, it still isn’t one hundred percent, but it is getting there! All of that recovery time meant that I didn’t have the ability to do much else so I guess you could say that life was pretty quiet up until last month.
And now I have something to post! Dan and I took a two week trip to Spain! It has taken me a while to get around to writing it up, as we have a new garden and the weather has been excellent for it. Yes, I have been distracted by plants. And it has been either too hot or too rainy to get any good riding in, but I hope to fix that soon, too.
Now I invite you to join me for this adventure – but be warned: only the first day has been posted 🙂
Dan and I had a random weekend away from Basel, which coincidentally coincided with US Thanksgiving. It was our first trip to a Scottish city and it really lived up to our expectations.
I am finally getting this adventure down in ones and zeros! I caught a nasty cold on the flight home, so I haven’t been up to doing much at all lately. However, I am now feeling better (not 100%, but getting there) and the words are slowly filling the page.
The first page is not, however, about Bhutan. Before getting there we had to go through Bangkok. I tried to paint it in a good light but I just couldn’t do it. To those of you who love this city, I apologize. To everyone else, I present to you: my own view of Bangkok.
A family trip (by car!) to the Alsace region to enjoy some sightseeing and wine tasting.
Dan and I take four days to visit the Normandy coast. There have been better holiday trips in my past, but I’m still glad that I got the change to explore this French Region.
Dan and I explore this vibrant European city. Come along and join us! Four pages, with lots of photos and external links.
A short, wet and interesting trip to visit the twin towns of Laufenburg.
It was short, but it was really nice to get out of the apartment for a little bit. And while we learned a few things, we also left with some questions.