Hello fellow wanderers!
My name is Meg and my wanderlust runs long and deep. I was about 5 when the travel bug bit me. My dad was in the navy and at the time he was stationed in London. He sent me postcards and pictures and I pulled out the map to find where he was. Ever since then, I’ve been looking up places and learning as much as I can about them. When I discovered the travel channel on TV, I would spend hours watching different shows and planning trips to all of the many places featured.
I started out in Utah where you could usually find me hiking in the mountains. But my husband Brad was offered an amazing opportunity to work at Cape Canaveral so we packed up and moved across the country to the Space Coast of Florida. We saw great state parks, got behind the scenes views of Cape Canaveral and other aspects of the Space Coast, and of course got great use from our Disneyworld passes. And then the winds of change came again, this time taking us to the hills of Tennessee. We love exploring new places and want to see all that we can for whatever amount of time that we are here.
I have had some amazing opportunities to see many places, and with each experience I am changed for the better. Seeing the world and experiencing other places and cultures broadens horizons, gives understanding and gratitude, and changes my view on the world and on myself. And I have found that some of the greatest travel moments happen on accident. So come along as I discover new places where I am and also share some of my favorite places that I have loved and learned from. Join me for some grand misadventures!
” It’s a dangerous business, going out your door. You step onto the road, and if you don’t keep your feet, there’s no knowing where you might be swept off to.”— J.R.R. Tolkien, The Lord of the Rings