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September in Review

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I feel like this month has flown by, and I haven’t really worked at all on creating new content for our website.  Usually when a travel blogger stops writing for a while, they are either out of money or currently traveling.  I would love to say that was my reason, however, it’s not.  This month I have been struggling with finding time to write.  With the boys starting back to school, and the girls starting their homeschooling, time is a premium that I don’t seem to have anymore. This will be changing very soon, as Drew and I have decided that it’s time for me to take the leap and quit my full time job.  December will be my last month working full time.  Till then I am still working hard at creating content and working to get more articles scheduled so there won’t be a lull in my production again.

I haven’t been traveling very much during the month of September  as we have been spending our weekends tent camping as a family and everyone, including the dogs, loves it.  For October we are doing more weekend trips in the North Carolina and Virginia area, and then of course in November we are going to Ireland.

I haven’t had a chance to update you guys on the Ireland trip.  We were really struggling with where exactly we wanted to go in Ireland.  We are staying for two days in Dublin and two days in Doolin, but beyond that we were kind of stuck.  That’s when Germany sort of came into the mix.  If you have been with us awhile you know we are random, fly by the seat of our pants people.  So we were looking at all the different places we could stay and I found myself on Skyscanner looking at flights from Dublin.  Yep that “everywhere” button got to us.  I clicked it and Cologne, Germany popped up at the top with a $20 flight.  I looked at Drew and of course he said why not so we booked our flights from Dublin to Cologne.  So there you have it, that’s our update.

Starting today, our normal schedule should resume with tent camping Tuesdays, wordless Wednesdays, travel articles on Thursdays and funny Fridays.  Thank you for sticking with us through this last month!


One comment

  1. Hi Trish,
    I enjoy your travel commentaries. We really like Ireland and plan to go back. We loved taking the train from London to Holyhead Wales and then the ferry to Dublin. It cost approximately 30 pounds each and we met great people on the train who explained a lot of the area we were seeing. We happened upon it by chance and it was a super experience. I look forward to hearing about your future travels. (We are currently in Vienna and we too travel by the seat of our pants!)

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