Tag: Public Art

The Alaska Highway

July 3 – 6 & September 3 – 7. After the Canada Day Parade, we left Stewart, BC, and continued our travels north to the Alaska Highway. Once we reached the highway we could have headed west and made a…

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Cormorant & Malcolm Islands

June 20 – 23, 2022. One of the cool things about being a nomad is meeting other nomads from all sorts of places. It is always fun to converge with them on the road. But sometimes our nomad friends have…

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Duncan & Nanaimo

June 5 & June 13 -14, 2022. Today we are rolling the clock back to June to tell you more about our trip around Vancouver Island. In previous posts, I wrote about visiting British Columbia’s amazing capital city, Victoria, and…

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Victoria

June 3 & 4, 2022, Victoria, British Columbia. If you have been following along you probably know that in June we took a vehicle ferry to Vancouver Island. Our first stop was Victoria, the capital of British Columbia. What can…

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Artful La Paz

February 13 – 16 We spent four days in La Paz. It is the capital city of Baja California Sur and as far as cities in Baja go, relatively big. It has a lovely malecón that stretches 5.5 km along…

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Cabbagetown, Atlanta

May 20 – June 6, 2021. If you have been following along with our adventures for a while you have probably read some mention of Cabbagetown, the little Atlanta neighborhood where we owned and lived in a house for 4…

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Valley of Names

February 7 & 8, 2021. I had heard (and read) that a 4WD was required to get to the Valley of Names. We had first come to know about the site, 1200 acres of barren land where people go to…

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A Short Tour of Southern AZ

December 11 – December 17, 2020. Way back in December our friends from Roaming About, Mark, Liesbet, and Maya the dog invited us to go on a little tour of Southern Arizona with them. We thought, why not? We love…

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The Enchanted Highway

September 24, 2020. What does one do when they return to their hometown to find it in economic decline? Fire up the tractor and start flattening oil well tanks. OK, this might not be what everyone would do but it…

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On the Hurricane Trail

December 17, 2019. Soon after we entered Florida back in November we started hearing about Hurricane Michael. A category 5 hurricane, Michael, hit the Panhandle back in October of 2018. We first saw scenes of Michael’s aftermath at our second…

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