After visiting Loch Lomond, we continued on to the Isle of Mull for several days. My parents wanted to visit a Scottish isle, and we chose Mull for several reasons: it was close enough for a relatively short trip, it offered numerous attractive walks, and we could make a day trip to the nearby Isle … Continue reading Isles of Mull & Iona
In May, we took a week-long trip with my parents to Scotland. The trip had several stops, starting with a couple days in Loch Lomond & The Trossachs National Park. Our plan was to walk the last stage of the Three Lochs Way, beginning and ending the walk on Loch Lomond. We actually stayed in … Continue reading Loch Lomond & The Trossachs National Park
Traveling east always wipes me out, but after my most recent trip to the US I’m trying to beat jet lag by sheer force of will. Here’s how: Saturday: Arrive home like a zombie. Sunday: Take lots of naps. Monday: Set a 9:30 AM doctor appointment. Tuesday: Schedule home repairs taking all day starting at … Continue reading How to Overcome Jet Lag
Highlights from the last week of 2016: Visiting my husband’s cousin and taking an hour-long walk around her neighborhood on a chilly, sunny morning Eating the rest of my Christmas cinnamon rolls Dancing about 15 hours of tango to inspiring music, with lovely leaders, on a well-behaved dance floor Eating really excellent fish tacos! Walking … Continue reading Goodbye, 2016!
The day after our Capelulo walk, we decided to head to Trefriw and walk up to and around Llyn Geirionydd (walk #11 from Walking in the Conwy Valley). Living in the Conwy valley, I feel lucky to go so quickly between coastal walks and more inland, mountainous walks. The walk started in Trefriw, headed up … Continue reading Llyn Geirionydd Walk