No matter how many times I visit London, I find something new to love about the city. One of my favorite sites is the Tower of London with its murder mysteries, ravens, displays of armor, and the Crown Jewels (ssooo sparkly! 👑). What's your favorite thing to do in London?
See a tree. Climb a tree. Repeat. 🌳🌲 I was that kid who loved to explore everything, so it's fun to watch my own daughter do the same! She wasn't too sure about being this high at first but she loved it after just a few seconds (and don't worry: my husband was just out of the frame in case things literally went south). Were you a tree climber when you were little?
While we were on our Germany and Luxembourg road trip, it seemed as if every town we visited was even cuter than the last. One of my favorite places was Bacharach, a tiny place along the Rhine. I could've spent an entire week wandering the alleyways and cobblestones streets! What is your favorite little European town?
Good night, Grand Canyon! This place was one of the few spots in the world that has actually left me speechless (and if you know me IRL, you know that pretty much never happens!). What places have impacted you that way?
As someone who's lived in coastal South Carolina for the majority of her life, mountains are still very much a novelty for me. You can imagine how my husband and I acted when we hit nearly 12,000 feet above sea level as we were passing through the Rocky Mountains on our way to Denver! Are you a mountain person? If so, where is your favorite mountain retreat?
We had a bit of a lazy Sunday afternoon this past weekend, and drove up to wander the beautiful grounds of Mepkin Abbey. This gorgeous view of the Cooper River is well worth the drive from Charleston! What's your favorite hidden gem around your hometown?
Looking down on Golden, Colorado, in the perfect sunset watching spot! What parts of Colorado have you visited? We're already looking for reasons to go back!