As I cleverly gave us a head start on the drive for today’s section of the adventure, we’re able to squeeze a little bit more of our final destination out of today.
But first, we do have a bit of distance to make up, so it’s straight in the car and on the road.
Read More August 3rd 2018 – Hot dog, jumping frog
We’re now less than two months away until the wedding day. Yesterday, Lewis bought his and the best man’s suits (they’re going to look fly AF) and I bought my sister’s bridesmaids dress (and she looks amazing), and we’re having our final meeting with the venue tomorrow.
It’s all falling into place now.
Read More What is the perfect wedding?
I can hardly believe we’ve been blogging for six straight weeks now. I’m not so much shocked that it’s been that long as I am that we’ve actually kept up with daily posting! Who’da thunk it?
So, in case you’ve missed anything, here’s a very quick run down of what we’ll have been up to at this point next year…
Read More On the road again – Weeks five and six
The last Sunday Musings post Lorna wrote went covered our “Five tools for Adventure planning success”, a title that is probably a bit presumptive as we won’t know how successful we’ll have been until mid-September 2018.
One thing that Lorna touched upon is our influences and how they’ve steered some of our choices in where we’re going, and I want to go over a few of my personal ones today.
Read More Born To Be Mild: Why We’re Doing This
I’ll level with you here. Lewis and I can be pretty indecisive at times. We can also be impulsive, over-excited, and distracted fairly easily.
These aren’t particularly the traits you want when you’re undertaking something like, I don’t know, planning a road trip around the United States?
Read More Five tools for Adventure planning success
We’ve been daily blogging for two whole weeks now, so I thought it might be quite a nice time to see how far those first two weeks of our trip are likely to take us.
In case you missed it, here’s how it’s shaping up…
Read More What have we got ourselves into?! Our first fortnight…
I was planning on telling you that I’ve not really been to many capital cities, but the number is more than I thought. In 29 years, I’ve been to: London, Edinburgh, Dublin, Paris, Valetta and Nicosia. The thing is, I wouldn’t exactly describe myself as a well-seasoned expert of any of them, and it’s making me worry about our time in Washington D.C.
Read More Capital Punishment – or: How I Need to Learn to Stop Worrying and Love the Adventure