Tuesday, August 20, 2019

Summer 2019 Trips

It has been a while since I last blogged. I have been quite the traveler this summer. First, we went to Santa Fe to see the Georgia O’Keeffe museum over Memorial Day weekend.
Georgia O'Keeffe's "Bella Donna"

At the end of June, we went to Kansas City to see Hamilton.
It was worth the wait.
Next we went on our very first camping trip in the new van at Beaver Creek near Springfield.
Our new van down by the river.
Then in July, we went to Memphis...
Outside the Bass Pro Pyramid in Memphis.

then Biloxi...
Had to say hi to my old friends, the Gold Fish penny slots.

then New Orleans.
View outside our hotel on Canal Street—before the rain came.

We got rained out in New Orleans, which was supposed to be the destination. We were planning to spend three nights there, but we only got to spend one. I was very bummed because I had never been to New Orleans before.
Chris tells me he nearly had a panic attack after seeing this. Thankfully, no damage was done.

Then, we ended up spending a couple of nights in Shreveport. After that, we went to Hot Springs. Then we came home.


Jenny said...

It was so great to read your voice again, friend. I'm glad you and your Love enjoyed an adventure, albeit wet, on your roadtrip this summer. Here's to many more!

Jane said...

Love that you are getting to travel and see such beautiful places and things. Makes my summer look pretty dull. Thank you for sharing your adventures, thoughts, and ideas. Keep the posts coming and keep on adventuring! Jane Brucker

Tana Jo said...

I posted but don’t think it went through. :-)
I’ll try again -

So happy to hear from you Alison. I’m proud of you for pushing through & experiencing all these things. I want to get caught up on your current condition, what you’re feeling, challenges, etc.
sending both of you love.
Tana jo

Debora said...

Alison! So nice to read your blog! Keep it going!

Acu.well.sandra@gmail.com said...

Hello Allison, Glad you got to do some traveling this summer! I saw this in Science magazine and thought about you. They should have you as a consultant to try out their prototypes of this technology/equipment.!
Sandra Wilkes L.Ac. Blue Valley Acupuncture