Hey, friends! Do you like to travel, but you may be short on time, the work schedule is not as flexible, or the budget isn’t just there yet? If you live in a place where it’s colder, you may already be thinking about your favorite warm spots, or just need to get away to shake off the mundane. I know from experience that having cabin fever isn’t the business, and I need to do something fun between now and summer. That includes traveling!
I have some tips that may solve your wanderlust.
*shrugs* I’ve been around. But it’s time to touch base and blow some dust off.
Here’s a sensible recap since my last post… which was many moons ago.
How are you doing? You’ve made it to Friday!
Last weekend, we went to Richmond, VA; my mother organized a ladies’ getaway for our church. It’s always around this time (September, right after school starts) that we discover new things in another town outside of our area. Remember my post about St. Michaels? Just a few days away from home, but full of activities and socializing.
With its mark in history, profound architecture, and haven for culture and the arts, Richmond has plenty to offer for visitors. Throughout the area, you can see a balance of historical and modern life. Here’s a glimpse of our trip. There are lots of pictures under the cut!
Summer is pretty much here. For most, this means having more free time to explore, get away, and do fun things. I’m down for that. Why not start the adventure closer to home?
My friends and I visited Big Cork Vineyards during Memorial Day weekend. We heard very good things about the place and the timing worked out as well. From where I live, it’s about 45 minutes away in Washington County, MD. It’s in a quiet area, which is nice. Even though it’s not that far, once you arrive on the grounds, you feel like you escaped for the day.