People ask me all the time where in the world I’ve been. I am lucky that I’ve had the opportunity to travel the world. And, here’s the thing, you can, too! If a farm-girl from Vermont can crash a wedding in Mumbai, climb the Great Wall of China, and swim with lemon sharks in Bora Bora, any dream you have can come true, too!
For those that are curious, here’s a list of where I’ve been. Take it as inspiration for where you can go, too. Most of the time it’s only a bit of planning and a flight away.
- American Samoa
- the Bahamas
- Cayman Islands
- Cook Islands
- Dominican Republic
- French Polynesia
- New Zealand
- Sri Lanka
- Turks and Caicos
- United States
- United Kingdom – England
- United Kingdom – Northern Ireland
- United Kingdom – Scotland
Disclaimer: For this list I only count countries that I have actually been to – not countries that I have only flown through. For some of these countries I have only been there for a day, maybe two – others I have been able to visit over and over again or maybe even lived in and have spent a considerable amount of time in.
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Recently a friend asked if we lived near Manchester, Vermont (we don’t) and if we would like to meet her at Hildene, The Lincoln Family Home (we would). So, to Manchester, Vermont and Hildene we went. I had only ever seen and heard of Hildene when we were looking at wedding venues a few yearsContinue reading “Hildene, The Lincoln Family Home”
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