Drive the Scottish Borders to Edinburgh | Scotland Road Trip

Scottish Borders Rootless Routes Scotland 2017

The Scottish Borders are quite different from much of Scotland, nonetheless distinctive from bordering England.  Additionally the Borders are full of exceptional wonders and unexpected gems. Flanked on the Northwest by England’s Northumbria and Cumbria. The North Sea to the East, the Lothians on the North, with South Lanarkshire and Dumfries and Galloway to the […]

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Visit Nashville… or Not!

I turned right at the bottom of the bridge and in a couple of blocks found myself on the neon lit street of Honky Tonks on Broadway (Lower Broad). Reminiscent of Austin’s 6th street, but far more vibrant and… well… Western. The phosphorescent like glow of the renowned “Lower Broad” street humming with Nashville’s notable country western signage calls to you, as you near the street most often lauded as the heart of “Music city” and likely the most important stop for those that come to visit Nashville.

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Camper Life? I Bought A Vintage Fan Lee Liner Travel Trailer. I Guess I’m Home?

Camper Life in my Fan Lee Liner

Yeah! I guess now, I’m living the ‘camper life’… Okay, maybe not so fast. Let’s start from the beginning. In the past three (3) years I have downsized from a jam packed 2200 sf 10 foot ceilinged loft, to a shitty (they claim it was 1000 sf but I think not) apartment and two (2) […]

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AirBnB Benefits All Especially The Solo Traveler

Gorgeous kitchen of my AirBnB in Glasgow

As is obvious, I am an avid solo traveler. Although my posts are currently focused on my most recent trip to the U.K., I have traveled much more than that, long before there was AirBnB or blogs for that matter. Arnisdale House, Scotland AirBnB Scottish High;lands Having traveled for most of my life, in looking back […]

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