It has been a somber year for all of us. Being self-contained here at our tiny mountain cabin has given me MUCH time to relax, reflect and grow sprouts while sitting on my couch. Both of us now have longer hair that has remained uncolored. I think I kind of like the new look with both of us sporting silver pony tails, lol.
Tim and I have really maintained a low profile, stayed safe and thankfully healthy. Although the pandemic did not hit us, or our son, we did have members of our extended family, as well as close friends, get the disease. I hope and pray that you and your family have managed to avoid getting COVID.
Thankfully, I now have had both of my shots, but Tim is still not eligible. I have been keeping my eyes open for when California opens up slots for under 65, but we are not there. When I checked this morning, the county health page indicated that it could take until May for that possibility.
In the meantime, I am chomping at the bit to get back out there!
I realized that I never properly completed writing about our RV trip to Southern Oregon, and plan to sort through my pictures and see if I can share a bit more from that get-a-way in the very near future.
We also took a brief sojourn to Mexico last February to see the whales, as well as an RV trip to Puerto Peñasco. My memory sometimes flakes out over time, which is largely why I have tried to keep up with my blog as we travel. BUT, since I did not do that, I may just have to let some of our pictures do the talking.
Until recently, I kept going delete, delete, delete, whenever I received emails from some of my favorite tour/travel companies, as I knew traveling Internationally was not in the cards. Now, thankfully, more and more countries are starting to open back up. There are still significant regulations in place to try to prevent more virus spread, but at least there is a crack in the door.
I will continue to research some options and do another post before long to share some potential destinations, what hoops we will need to jump through to get there, and equally important, get back home.
So, how about you? Are you, too, looking forward to when it is once again safe to travel and you can get back out there?
I would love to hear from you to know how you are doing, what you have done over this past year, and what, if any, travel plans you currently have booked, are researching about, or if you (like me) are simply in the dreaming stages.
Gratitude Moment: First of course, I am thankful to be healthy. After a year like this, one really does remeasure what is important. Like most of you, Tim and I have dearly missed spending time with friends and family. But we do see the light at the end of a very long tunnel.
It has been a LONG year, Let’s reconnect!
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