First stop ~ the luscious mountains of Western North Carolina. My stepmom has some amazing luxury rental cabins on the lakefront On Lake Glenville near Cashiers, NC. Albeit there are spats of rain, you can generally get out on the lake throughout the day and go tubing, water skiing, canoeing or go for hikes to one of the many beautiful waterfalls nearby!
I have debated to the point of getting nowhere whether or not to have a separate travel blog or use it to develop my spiritual blog. What I have come to realize is this – they are inseparable. My love for travel is rooted in understanding other people, seeing how they live, what their lives are about, learning about their history and discovering the many cool aspects of where they live. That pretty much sums up my spiritual adventures as well!
This world is endlessly fascinating to me and I want to share my revelations on all levels with those who care to read. And so, while I may be talking about my nerves being rattled as we cross the border into Canada, I am still talking all about the spiritual experience of living every sweet and precious moment of this life.
It is my greatest hope, along this journey, that I will be able to meet up with many of you who come upon my site and my blog. Perhaps I will be able to offer readings face-to-face or share a cup of tea. Whatever the case, let the great adventure continue!
Not because I haven’t wanted to, but…
Honestly, between lack of cell coverage, supposed “wi-fi” available (but not accessible in many campgrounds), drive and exploration time, oh! and sleep, I have been unable to update my posts. You can’t imagine the pictures I’ve taken, the moments I’ve captured and the adventures we’ve had. The good news is, all of that is on its way!
I just had to feature a picture of my mother’s view on most of the trip. Granted, it made it easier for her to simply follow the big camper over hell and half of creation, but it must’ve messed up a few scenic views.
They day finally arrived with sunshine and an early start to visit West Glacier in all its glory. We packed the kids up in the minivan, complete with blankets, pillows, video games and food – my mother and I were not to be deterred from our photo safari, so please forgive us our lack of stern parenting.