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A map of one of my favourite local motorcycle routes. Not an exotic island, but lots of wonderful sights & smells! I love exploring rural roads, rolling hills & lots of winding roads, which are great fun on a motorcycle! Then toss in the smell of fresh cut hay, rivers & lakes and wood-fires on chilly mornings or evenings, it's one of my favourite routes! I'm very fortunate to step out my door, onto my bike and within 10 minutes, I'm riding some great rural fun roads!
When my husband got a new job, we put our things and our dog into a moving truck and across the country from Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan, to Fresno, California. It's a trip of over 2,700 miles, and I realized we were going to go through a number of state capitals on the way, so we stopped to see them. This map documents our trip, including some things we saw (and maybe some things we probably didn't see).
Visited this amazing piece of 'heaven on earth' last summer for the first time...went all out, took a cruise from Montreal, then spent a week (which was not enough time) exploring this treasure. If you want sandy beaches, and warm water, and great seafood..oh my this is the place...you can literally walk for miles on sandy, squeaking, singing beaches!! These are French islands, and the culture, the food, the sights are outstanding. I think this is the greatest place in Canada, and I've been coast to coast a few times!! You can only get here by plane or ferry/cruise!! it's that isolated, but soooooooooo worth it!
Tenerife is so much more than just beaches! Nature is absolutely stunning, the great volcano Teide very impressive and I love spotting animals all around the island.
We recently went to Tenerife for the second time and loved exploring the island!
Primates and the national parks you can find them in the South of Uganda. Including mountain gorillas, chimpanzees, grey cheeked mangabey, Ugandan red colobus, L'hoest's monkey, eastern black and white colobus, blue monkey, golden monkey, red tailed monkey, olive baboon, vervet monkey, potto, and bush babies. Parks: Kibale Forest National Park, Queen Elizabeth National Park, Bwindi Impenetrable National Park and Mgahinga National Park. I used elements from a fabric collection I collected for Blend Fabrics.
Recreating the fictional game from the young adult novel “Book Scavengers”, 100 copies of the just-released book were hidden near places where story action took place in San Francisco. 1000 librarians in town for a book convention were given a page of clues and this map and set loose to find them.
Rathtrevor Beach on Vancouver Island is a fantastic family-friendly camping spot. There are many local attractions within one hour of nearby Parksville (where you can pick up extra ice for the cooler or groceries, just a five minute drive from the campsite).
Being prepared and having an optimistic attitude are highly recommended for a successful family winter camping experience. This map is inspired by that time I was convinced to spend two night in a quinzee with my boys. You can visit my new blog to see more of the story!
One year ago today, I was in the middle of savanna, Masai Mara National Reserve, in Kenya. It was amazing to see all these wildlife from giant elephants to lion's prides to a strayed wild beast. There was so much to see, not only big animals, but also small insects and quirky plants! Can you find a tiny glowworm in the map? :)))))