We are SO happy to finally be home after almost two weeks in Florida! We had such a great adventure driving down the east coast, visiting Disney for the first time, spending time with relatives, and attending my sister’s wedding is Southern Florida. It was so jam packed we hardly made it to the beach!
I am planning several posts inspired by our Florida trip including…
- an illustrated post about swimming
- family road trip travel tips
- reflections on Disney
- ABC’s of Florida photo post
- Birds of Florida
Travelling sure is inspirational! I had so much fun keeping an Instagram travel journal on the way down that I decided to do it again on the way back! It really was a great way to pass the time during our 25 hour drive. We had a great trip back. The kids slept a lot, we really made all our stops count, and didn’t run into any traffic even though our second travel day was a Monday. We were so lucky!
This time I stepped it up a bit by adding puns. Even Mr. Doodles and Jots joined in on the fun! After all, he is the original punster!
SO! Since I am too pooped to come up with something new today here is an encore of my Instagram return trip travel log!
Bye for now Southern Florida; our vacation was un-fog-ettable!
Hey y’all! Greetings from Georgia; hmm, moss think of a pun…
Greetings from SC and water you passing by?
Pining for home but enjoying the ride through SC
Bill-bored in NC!
We made it to the “red carpet” in northern NC for the night (It was Oscar night!)
Truckin’ as day breaks in VA; I thought this was a truck when I took the picture but now I’m not sure what it is!
James River, VA; we crossed, cables stayed
Quantico Marines Museum; I love that I captured this! I just missed it on the way down!
Holding our water in Maryland (okay, so I am a little obsessed with water towers, have you seen this post?)
Balti more driving
This guy ought to know where to go
Tanks for the memories NJ
I’m gonna need a new jersey after all this soot (sorry NJ, I am sure you have some beautiful parts too, just not along the NJ Turnpike)
Start spreadin’ the news
New London, old snow
RI’s can see the light at the end of the tunnel
Signs of home
One if by van!
Home (Sagamore or less)!
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I think I captured some great ones but there were pictures I missed while I was driving, that passed by too fast, or were too far away to capture properly on my iPhone. There was the densely packed homes piled on the slopping land of Fall River. There was a completely out of place full color statue of a woman, I think a cowgirl, that passed by too quickly. There were 3 goats in graduating size that reminded me of the Billy Goats Gruff. I also saw one of those old abandoned farmhouses being swallowed up by trees that reminded me of this book…
What was the most inspiring trip you ever took? Please share!