I am way behind in posting this, but last month Dan and I went to Graubünden, a canton on the other side of the country, to see some snow and mountains. Not that we had to cross the country to see snow and mountains. But we were here for a race!
Slowly I am catching up on my postings! Two weeks ago Dan and I took a hike in the Alps in probably the best weather possible. Fantastic views and colors blessed us for the entire day. Come along for the hike – without even raising your pulse 🙂
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.
Ever on our quest to hike as much as possible, Dan and I took a trip to the mountains to explore one of Switzerland’s more popular Alpine hikes.
Dan promised that there wouldn’t be rain until 4 o’clock. Dan was wrong. Follow along anyway and enjoy the sights and sounds of Swiss cows!
“A short hike” turns into five hours as Dan and I meander through some beautiful landscape in the Jura Mountains.
I made it to the falls!!! Without motorcycles with but our feet, Dan and I took the train to Schaffhausen to explore the area around the falls and follow the river downstream for a while. We had fantastic weather and the water was flowing fast and high!
Dan and I took advantage of a long weekend by getting out of town – and out of the country. We rode the motorcycles to northern Italy to explore what this corner of the country had to offer.
A month ago, Dan and I rode up to the WW I Memorial at Hartmannswillerkopf to explore the area on foot. It was a beautiful day to get out and enjoy.
We took an overnight motorcycle ride into the mountains in order to find some cooler temperatures. Unfortunately, the trip didn’t quite meet our expectations.
Follow the link to find out why 🙂