Beloi Viewpoint in Greece

As we progressed up the mountain in our rental car, the weather drastically changed. It was just raining, but the higher we got, it turned into snow. The winds tempo became erratic and harder. Fog had descended onto us and snow was coming down in spurts. My gut feeling said, "Don't do it!" Suddenly, we... Continue Reading →

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Northern Greece Calls

As our road trip began, I was a little skeptical. But as we rolled farther away from Thessaloniki, my eyes took in the beauty of green mountains and a feel a wildlife. It was breathtaking. Trees covered many high mountains with boulders sporadically out in the middle of nowhere. Many times we stopped to take... Continue Reading →

The Airport Blues

I'm going back in time. To a land that was once powerful and prospered. Where castles stood tall and wine was held high! Many of the mythology gods came from this well known country. Greece... The ruins hold secrets of the past. So much history can be seen in the remains scattered through out the... Continue Reading →

A whirlwind for the Heart

That day felt surreal. I wasn't fully there once it happened. I didn't believe my eyes as it unfolded right in front of me!                 The day was filled with rays of light and a warmth when it touched you. We met up with a friend and her kids... Continue Reading →

Granite Ghost Town Awaits

5/26/17   Dilapidated buildings were sprawled through out the woods. I can feel the history in the air. Granite Ghost Town lies 4 miles up a mountain in Montana. Drive up at your own risk! Zero maintenance roads ahead! My mom and I looked at each other once we read the sign. I was filled... Continue Reading →

And a New Beginning

    The waves crash against the land. Over time, the limestone rocks transform into jagged pathways. A natural piece of artwork is left to stare at in awe. This place is streaming with tranquility.   Reality smashes into the dream world, becoming one. Cascading falls wash the city away, leaving a vast emptiness. Soon... Continue Reading →

Cherished Past

My most cherished memories would be my trip to Peru and Bolivia. To be even more specific, it would be the day after the parade/festivities involving ink and foam, which was covering the streets. My husband, who at the time, was just a friend came to the hostel to meet up with me. In Peru,... Continue Reading →

Cave Life

Bats, come out, come out wherever you are! I'm being swallowed whole and left in the dark. Everything seems closer to me than it actually is. Going into the Blanchard Springs Cavern your depth perception becomes a liar. Surrounded by rock and learning how it all was created was pretty amazing! And to think, it's... Continue Reading →

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