The Sunday Traveler is still kicking around the new home town, learning the ropes and finding the nooks and crannies where gems are hidden; some are out in plain sight. A lesson being learned to adjust my speed and savor … Continue reading
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Living in the San Francisco Bay Area allows one to travel short distances and feel like having been on the trip of a lifetime. No need for packing suitcases and struggling through airport madness. Hop in your car, or on … Continue reading
There’s a world out there to discover, but sometimes the best place to start is home. A little town in San Francisco’s North Bay, population of about 32,000, was founded in 1847, and served as California’s capital from 1853-1854, and … Continue reading
Looking out through the gate to destinations waiting to be found is a lesson in patience. For now, exploring a new hometown will serve to imprint this new image of home in my mind to make a return from travel … Continue reading
The Beach Scene. Home, familiar, you’ve been here before. You can relax and kick back. Do some people watching while having a light picnic lunch and an adult beverage; being with family has its advantages with designated drivers on hand. … Continue reading
Sometimes, maybe even a lot of the time, the roads that lead home are the best. Beach towns, big cities, ancient Mayan ruins are great to explore. But the Sunday Traveler also loves the adventures of home.
Home, it’s said, is where the heart is. Over the years, I’ve left little pieces of my heart in the many different places that I’ve called home, and that I’ve loved. My heart remembers them well.
There is so very much I am thankful for every day. Family, health, abundance, the love that surrounds me. Having just returned from a trip, I am extra thankful to look in through the window to the warmth shining from inside my … Continue reading